The Hewlett House by MPR Design Group features a multitude of geometric design details showcased through irregular angles and webbed architectural accents.
The Australian architecture studio focused on ‘prospect’ and ‘refuge’ as the main themes behind their concept for this contemporary design. This angle-infused abode's interior is bathed with natural light and features beach and coast views that change according to season, weather and time of day. Its striking facade boasts an unconventional form that is complex and visually memorable.
Marrying a feeling of both openness and enclosure, the Hewlett House by MPR Design Group encourages rest and relaxation and provides its inhabitants with privacy without cutting them off from the natural world that surrounds them.