Located in the Byron Bay hinterlands, these two cabins maximise the spectacular views available towards the ocean. Each cabin consists of three pavilions, taking advantage of the subtropical climate. The pavilions are separated by function, with a sleeping, living and bathing pavilion connected by a large deck. The design offers a hint of luxury, with a large freestanding bathtub taking prime position looking out to the view, and double sided fireplaces to the living and deck. Each cabin is located on the site so as to maximise privacy, and to be unobtrusive to the existing house on the site. The cabins are clad externally in rust coloured corten steel for roof and walls and internally all timber linings. Seen from afar on the lush green hillside of Hogan’s Bluff the six pavilions resemble a series of geometric sculptures in the landscape.