The rich tones of Vulcan timber make the Roscommon House an inspirational example of timber integration and versatility. Vulcan timber in Walnut was selected for its beautiful, consistent colour tones.
Despite appearing as a concrete building from the outside, the interiors are remarkably warm, a result achieved through the extensive use of timber. This project is a demonstration of how versatile timber is in the different forms it has been used.
Approximately 40% of the timber in the project was Vulcan scotia or boards and is produced from FSC® Certified Forests. See more on this project here
Architect – Neil Cownie
Builder – Mosman Bay Construction
Photography – Robert Frith & Michael Nicholson
Distributor – Austim