Designed by Warren and Mahoney, the architecture of Flock Hill Homestead celebrates the limestone rock formations that jut out of the surrounding landscape

Videography by Aidan Rodgers

Flanked by mountains, nestled into limestone rock formations and looking across Lake Pearson to a perfectly symmetrical view of Sugarloaf Mountain is Flock Hill Homestead, designed by Warren and Mahoney.

Elevated within a valley alone in the landscape, the Homestead is settled within 36,000 acres on a high-country station. 

The design celebrates and references the early habitation of the landscape by adopting an architecture that consists of the heavy masonry elements embedded in the landscape.

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Story by: Trendsideas

Photography by: Barry Tobin

11 Dec, 2022

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