Organic Architecture at its Best in the Leaf House by Undercurrent Architect

By: Jessica Marcel - Published: Jan 5, 2010   Updated: Jul 7 2011 • References: undercurrent-architects & design-milk
Hugh Rutherford photographed the Leaf House seen here, which was designed by Undercurrent Architects and is located in Sydney, Australia. The organic shape of the Leaf House is refreshing; in place of normal supports there are branch-shaped beams that twist and turn. The roof is a series of panels, giving the impression of a canopy. The Leaf House is a great example of blending modern technology with organic design.

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