Concrete never looked so good with these industrial-like slab structures used by Nobbs Radford Architects for this Sydney abode.
The use of concrete is common to achieve an industrial effect, and is often seen in loft apartments which have been transformed from working buildings to residential space. However, this architecture firm has managed to appropriate the concrete slab structures from a loft-only look to one that encompasses this entire house. Sounds like a prison right? Think again. The inside is complemented with stunning wood and plenty of light, making this anything but a closed-off penitentiary. More importantly, the home is extremely durable, and can stand up to strong gusts of wind at any time of year.
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