Roy Pavilion

A three-storey, two-bedroom Sphinx-like building named after one of Australia’s leading architects, Sir Roy Grounds.

Designed in 2008 by Nonda Katsalidis in association with the Antarctica Group.

Bedrooms feature Luna Gallery knitted blankets & cushions

  • NEPTUNE textured knit throw & cushions in cotton & silver lurex.
  • BLUEGUM textured knit KING blanket in pure cotton.

Photo Credit: Brett Boardman
Image Courtesy MONA Museum of Old and New Art, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

Walter Pavilion

A two bedroom configuration named after American architect, Walter Burley Griffin.

Designed in 2008 by Nonda Katsalidis in association with the Antarctica Group.

Bedrooms feature Luna Gallery knitted blankets & cushions     

    • PLUTO textured knit throw & cushions in cotton & silver lurex.
    • BLACK textured knit KING blanket in pure cotton.

Photo Credit: Brett Boardman

Image Courtesy MONA Museum of Old and New Art, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

 

Charles Pavilion

A two bedroom configuration named after ‘Heide’ circle artist, Charles Blackman. This pavilion features his painting, ‘Cat on the Roof’ (1951).

Designed in 2001 by Architects Designhaus (Crawford, Padas and Sherman).

Reburbished in 2008 by Nonda Katsalidis in association with the Antarctica Group.

Bedrooms feature Luna Gallery knitted blankets & cushions

  • SNOWY & ASH bouclé block knit blanket & cushions in wool blend

Photo Credit: Brett Boardman

Image Courtesy MONA Museum of Old and New Art, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia