Dianna Snape

St Hubert's

Dianna Snape
Dianna Snape is a Melbourne-based photographer specialising in architecture, interior and landscape photography. Her work features regularly in leading architectural and design magazines both nationally and internationally. She is a graduate of RMIT’s BA (Photography) (Honours) course and a co-founder and President of the Image Makers Association Australia, which represents Australian professional and emerging photographers through education and industry connection.

The Project
Architecture is a large part of the attraction for the latest Yarra Valley destination, St Hubert’s, and Cera Stribley’s design response undeniably makes it so. Situated at the junction of Maroondah Highway and St Huberts Road, the design takes advantage of this prime location, assimilating with the undulating topography while the architecturally-striking new cellar door rises up from the landscape in one swift curve. A large copper door punctuates the centre of two high concrete walls that cut through the grass mound of the building. Once inside, the space opens up into a warm and welcoming cellar door.


Architect/Designer of the project: Cera Stribley