David Walsh is clearly very interested in architecture.
It all started (maybe) when he saw the old Snow's Dry Cleaners in Glenorchy, designed by Esmond Dorney—a post-war visionary, and a cult hero among the young'uns for his inspired use of light and space. Dorney went to university in Melbourne, got expelled for racing cars on campus, and worked with the Burley Griffins. At twenty-three (young) he established his own practice (tricky), and moved to Hobart (brave). He stayed there for the rest of his life. His one-bedroom namesake pavilion is designed by Fender Katsalidis.
Featured artwork: Femmage Frieze, 2010, Sally Smart
Breakfast in The Source Restaurant
Fully equipped kitchen and laundry
King-size bed with 400 thread-count cotton sheets
Wireless touch panels for climate control, information, and entertainment
TVs all over the place, including in the bathroom
Personal security screen to avoid visitors you don't like
Shared gym, sauna and heated infinity pool
Private museum tours (if your stay falls on a Tuesday)