Mona Pavilions

Residential

This exhilarating project was a collaboration between David Walsh, owner of MONA (Museum of Old and New Art), and architect Nonda Katsalidis.

The brief: boutique accommodation on the Derwent River, adjacent to MONA, to meet the expectations of high-end travellers.

Finding design inspiration for a project where there were few boundaries was both exciting and challenging. Result: four stand-alone pavilions and an indoor lap pool on 3.5 hectares of private peninsula. Each pavilion is built for indulgence, seclusion and escape. Each features kitchen, one or two bedrooms, spa and cellar.

Find out more about The Pavilions at MONA.