This pavilion-style home by our builders in Geelong comprises Rammed Earth architecture and embraces a rural ambience. The main pavilion features a 3.6-metre-high ceiling and contains the kitchen, dining and living areas, butler’s pantry and laundry. The front facade features a series of narrow windows and brickwork blade walls. This allows the open pavilion to remain whilst the blade walls maintain privacy from the street. The entrance is dominated by the large angled Rammed Earth wall. Rammed Earth walls are echoed throughout the house, providing a strong, earthy feature to the living room housing the open fireplace. Double-glazed doors and highlight windows across the entire rear facade are separated only by a section of angled Rammed Earth wall.

The east wing off the pavilion contains two bedrooms, bathroom, powder and rumpus room. The west wing contains a master bedroom with a generous ensuite, study, guest bedroom with bathroom, and double garage.

Retro plate-polished concrete floors flow throughout the entire house. A recycled timber feature wall separates the living/dining room whilst warm-toned Rammed Earth architecture provides textured walls that create a stunning centrepiece for this home.

A variety of materials are used externally, including Geelong Rammed Earth walls, concrete block work, stria cladding, corrugated wall cladding and face brickwork. The home provides a feeling of grandeur, sweeping across most of the block.

Principal Geelong architect Buck Grgic has created Rammed Earth house plans that translate into a stunning home.
Take a look at the stage one build of the Modern Rammed Earth home in our portfolio.