This Translucent Shed Hosts a Couple’s Home, Garden, and Cooking School Under One Roof

A corrugated shell bursts with life on a rugged site in Victoria, Australia.

Ronnen Goren and Trace Streeter bought 20 acres in central Victoria, just six minutes north of the spa town of Daylesford, with the aim of creating a rural enclave where they could farm, garden, and host visitors via a cooking school and reception venue. "One is an ex-farmer and part-time hairdresser, and the other is a design executive and brilliant cook," says architect Timothy Hill, design director at Partners Hill—and Goren’s friend of 30 years. "The goal was to invent a project and a way of living that would enable their instinctual interests and capacities to flourish in a generous way."

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