An upgrade from the rusty old caravan Keith used to work in, this structure grew from a sketch and evolved through its making. Tucked behind an old stone wall over the ruins of the old animal farm shelter, a painted timber rib cage envelops a bright and whimsical working space. Within this structural rhythm, a kinetic wall of windows and drop down bed are all operated with ropes and pulleys. Dashes of colour and a library wall well reflect its occupant and his occupation.
Barnacle Studio practices in the land of the Wodi Wodi peoples of the Dharawal nation. We acknowledge the traditional (first custodians) of this country where our projects are made, and where these materials come from. We recognise their continued connection to land and waters, culture, past, present and future generations.