Enter Projects Creates the Dalmeny in Australia

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: Aug 1, 2014 • References: enterprojects.net & designboom
Enter Projects is a firm that recently completed a house in Australia called the Dalmeny. What's interesting about this design is the construction of the facade which also is worked seamlessly into the roof.

Like an accordion, the facade has a wave-like form, made out of folded metal that flows seamlessly through the outside of the structure. From above it almost looks like a large tent has been set up, due to its shape and light coloring. As stated on DesignBoom, "laser-cutting machines were used to produce these unequal pieces that replicate the hard edged hull of a boat." Everything about this house is distinct, from its facade to its tent-like look from above. The interior is also quite spacious with high ceilings and plenty of natural light.

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