The Steven Domoney Architecture 'Robinson Road House' introduces a remarkably open design concept. The Australian company produced the barren new age abode with a number of specific considerations in mind, among them the structure and nature of the surrounding neighborhood.
Domoney's crew refers to the Robinson Road House as 'self confident,' a description that few would ascribe to a home. The chosen personified term is fitting however as the cube-like structure towers above the street in an unabashed manner.
The sheer plates of glass that line the walls here offer anything but privacy. The almost transparent essence of the two-story Robinson Road House is however clean cut, eye catching and of course, modern, a common choice for contemporary construction ventures.
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