The Under the Moonlight House Displays Complex Geometries

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Apr 13, 2013 • References: giovannidambrosio & waveavenue
Giovanni D’Ambrosio Architects are the creative team behing the concept for Under the Moonlight house. This striking abode features a crystallized geometric facade that seems to emerge from its rocky surroundings.

The striking structure features an angle-enriched exterior made of glass elements that allow for an abundance of natural light penetration within its spacious interior.

While the home's ground floor features a living space and kitchen, the residence's second storey houses two smaller rooms as well as a larger master bedroom with a bathroom and private spa. Mixing natural stone, wood, metal and glass materials, the Under the Moonlight house by Giovanni D’Ambrosio Architects is both a scenic and serene residence that takes in the beautiful landscape of its Dinner Plain, Victoria location in the heart of Australia. Stats for Crystallized Angle Abodes Trending: Older & Chilly
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