The Gordons Bay House by Rosselli Architects is Shapely

By: Sarah Robson - Published: May 26, 2012 • References: luigirosselli & contemporist
The Gordons Bay House by Rosselli Architects is stacked. This structure is located on a hillside that overlooks Gordon's Bay in Sydney, Australia. It is made from concrete pieces, edge beams, sandstone, aluminum louvers, new and old timber. This homes consists of six levels and each has been built with such stability that it would surely withstand any force of nature.

The Gordons Bay House was built with the environment in mind, for it is air conditioning free and uses natural ventilation. The interior of the home has contemporary designs, and surrounding the building are stunning lawns, trees and edible plants. In the middle of this irregular home is a gigantic stairwell that allows light to pass through, illuminating the center of the building. Stats for Stacked Geometric Homes Trending: Older & Average
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