Revisited: Cavill House

Matthew Eagle

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In postwar Brisbane, local practice Hayes and Scott was a leading proponent of a regional modernism attuned to the sub-tropical climate. Built in 1978, Cavill House in Gold Coast’s Runaway Bay is modest, climatically astute yet also playful, and a delightful example of the practice’s experimental coastal architecture.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 19 Nov 2021


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