Situated on an expansive, grassed sloping site, the form of the building is overwhelmingly comprised of off-form concrete and masonry construction. The composition of the house is deceivingly simple. In essence, the building exists as a folded concrete shell, balanced carefully upon blockwork foundations that anchor into the sloping topography below. The cantilever of the folded concrete element is further dramatized by the angled natural.
The design features an impressive 6.5 metre concrete cantilever and full-height glazing along entire eastern façade, to embrace the panoramic views from the crest of the Great Dividing Range.