The Block House by Porebski Architects Uses a Cubed Design

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Mar 20, 2014
References: porebskiarchitects.au & designboom
The Block House by Porebski Architects takes on a cubed aesthetic. While some houses have a mixture of straight and sloping lines when building a house, these architects opted for a completely cubed look.

The result is an extremely modern abode, almost as if blocks were neatly placed by crane on top of one another. Lighting for the house is also commendable, as plenty of natural rays are able to shine through on all angles. A real effort was made to ensure the house blended in with the natural landscape, so Porebski was sure to use more neutral colors and even hints of timber in certain areas.

The Block House demonstrates how all-cubed designs can still look natural and blend into certain surroundings beautifully.

Photo Credits: designboom, porebskiarchitects.au