Nestled in the dramatic landscape of Tasmania’s Tasman Peninsula is the Three Capes Track. Along this track, three elegant shelters sit effortlessly. Designed by JAWS ARCHITECTS a Hobart based studio the complex project needed to consider bushfire, bird strike, and salt spray as well as the surrounding landscape and experience for the visitor. JAWS reflect upon their design, “Our sensitive sustainable design has produced refined, unassuming structures that sit lightly within the landscape and provide an opportunity for people to experience this precious and raw environment in safety and comfort”.
Grace, our junior landscape architect was lucky enough to experience the huts and the 46kms of thoughtful & considered walking track in the Tasman National Park. The wildflowers & orchids were out and about. We could describe the majesty of this track to the specked marks on the dolomite coastal cliffs, however as they say, a picture says a thousand words so sit back relax and meander through the images.