Australian architect Richard Leplastrier, who has a strong appreciation of the Japanese aesthetic, once said that a house is not at its best when first occupied, but only attains its optimal beauty when it is used with love.
The tradesmen on site at The Sweet Meadow tell me that locals come up to the fence daily to check out the progress of the renovation.
So, I may as well share a video about what she's currently looking like inside! We now have all the necessary planning and building permits, so it's full steam ahead (pardon the pun, I am surrounded by paddlesteamers in Echuca).
I had a lot of fun setting up a photo shoot recently for The Sweet Meadow. I take a lot of photos of my food, but I realised I didn't have any print-worthy photos of people sharing food together, which is essentially what this business is all about.