Introducing Slow Beam; a designer accommodation experience for visitors to Hobart.
Slow Beam is an inimitable house that has been created to showcase Australian art & design.
A three year passion project for photographer Lauren Bamford and her husband, musician Keith Mason, the house has been open to guests since June 2019. Their intent from the beginning has been to offer visitors to Hobart a unique & luxurious accommodation experience, which connects elegant modern design with its rugged, bush environment.
Slow Beam is an architecturally designed house, created specifically to create an exceptional visual experience inside and out. Visitors will relax amongst Australian design and artworks by the likes of Grant Featherston, Anna Varendorff, Ebony Truscott, Kirsten Perry and Fred Ganim. The centrepiece being a lounge room spanning custom carpet created by artist Esther Stewart.
Located in West Hobart, the 2 story house is nestled in a private bushy street, with views that stretch from the Derwent River across to South Hobart, Sandy Bay & beyond.
Every window view has been considered by the designer, Hearth Studio. Not only to frame the expansive river and city views, but also to provide glimpses throughout the house to the natural sandstone and bush surroundings.
Slow Beam takes bookings for 2 people or less via their website.
Slow Beam (Hobart House)