|Location: Mosman, NSW||Architect: Cox Architecture|
|Client: Taronga Conservation Society Australia||Structural Engineer: TTW|
|Sector: Public||Contractor: Taylor|
These buildings made from CLT, made up of five connected accommodation ‘pods’, ranging between two and four storeys in height. The ‘pods’ are designed to minimise the visual impact of the built forms and maximise the sense of a natural environment, mainly achieved by the use of hardwood timber cladding, helping integrate them into their surroundings. The pods include a central lounge area and restaurant, made from a radiating glulam roof.