Nestled within a rainforest on a private 20-acre plot in New South Wales, this compact Cor-Ten steel and glass guest retreat is a hidden oasis.

Hidden Studio is a 646-square-foot guesthouse that overlooks both the hinterland and Pacific Ocean. Designed by local practice Harley Graham Architects, the small dwelling responds to two existing buildings on the same property—a family house and a writer’s cabin.

The small studio is sited along a gentle slope and is raised upon steel supports to take in views of the tree canopies.

The small studio is sited along a gentle slope and is raised upon steel supports to take in views of the tree canopies.

Courtesy of Andy Macpherson

The home's low-maintenance Cor-Ten steel exterior can be easily washed down when needed.

The home’s low-maintenance Cor-Ten steel exterior can be easily washed down when needed.

Courtesy of Andy Macpherson

The new guest retreat—along with the main house and cabin, which were designed by late Sydney School architect Vale Ian McKay—are owned by retired journalist couple Colleen Ryan and Stephen Wyatt. 

A ramp leads to the entrance door.

A ramp leads to the entrance door.

Courtesy of Andy Macpherson

See the full story on Dwell.com: A Tiny Guesthouse Hides in a Lush Australian Rainforest
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