The Knuckle House Uses Unconventional Windows to Maximize Light

By: Alexandra Serrano - Published: • References: studioindex.au & frameweb
The inventiveness of Index Architecture is apparent from the facade utilized in The Knuckle House, a construction that boasts vast contemporary character.

Focusing on making a space that welcomes light is a common initiative when revamping spaces. This particular renovation project shines with its take on the increase of lighting within the construction. Windows are placed both above and below eye level creating an optical illusion of enlarged space.

The house boasts a continuity with its lack of walls and open-concept interior passageways. This combination of sleek modern design, along with an inventively architectural lighting initiative make this a welcoming space. Index Architecture’s The Knuckle House adds an eclectic feel to its picturesque surroundings of Melbourne, Australia. Stats for Aperture-Focused Architecture Trending: Older & Average
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