Fleurieu Living Magazine

Linking art with the landscape

Answer: A house of great simplicity and integrity, which nestles in the landscape like an extension of the rocky escarpment on which it sits.

Totally hidden from the road, high above the undulating hills south of Yankalilla, a bush track leads through scrub and sandstone boulders to an unexpected break in the rocks. On a site that posed somewhat of a challenge to local builder Catalyst Homes, John and Dora Dallwitz have built a remarkable home with breathtaking views, surrounded by pristine bush and abundant wildlife. It is not an architectural chest-beater, but an understated, sophisticated reflection of built form

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