This unique art hotel harmoniously melds rich heritage features with modern glass and steel

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11 June 2023

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Architect Luke Moloney sculpted a heritage-listed manor in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales into a masterpiece fit for a boutique art hotel.
Historic image of Moss Manor.
Historic image of Moss Manor.
Moss Manor's facade today.
Moss Manor's facade today.
Outside view of the glass pavilion.
Outside view of the glass pavilion.
Moss Manor's Sophia ensuite.
Moss Manor's Sophia ensuite.
Moss Manor's Sophia suite.
Moss Manor's Sophia suite.
The dining room's restrained palette allows the artwork to do the talking.
The dining room's restrained palette allows the artwork to do the talking.
Each room is carefully curated.
Each room is carefully curated.
The new glass pavilion.
The new glass pavilion.
Threefold design with this steel diagonal wall.
Threefold design with this steel diagonal wall.
Moss Manor's Ruby suite.
Moss Manor's Ruby suite.
Moss Manor's Ruby ensuite.
Moss Manor's Ruby ensuite.
Peter Godwin’s 'Painter at Rest' hangs against a coal-black wall in the sitting room.
Peter Godwin’s 'Painter at Rest' hangs against a coal-black wall in the sitting room.
The relaxed Daisy suite has views out to the garden.
The relaxed Daisy suite has views out to the garden.
A spot for when inspiration strikes. Furlonger’s 'Channel Country, Balonne River' greets the guests on the stairwell.
A spot for when inspiration strikes. Furlonger’s 'Channel Country, Balonne River' greets the guests on the stairwell.
Moss Manor entices newcomers and art lovers to call it home for a while.
Moss Manor entices newcomers and art lovers to call it home for a while.
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