Australian-based Mark Aronson Architecture created the XYZ House, a large private residence that is made up for three smaller homes. The house was originally built in 1962, the designers wanted to keep the integrity of the traditional space, while making it as modern and unique as possible. The three houses are all connected together to make one large residence with three different themes.
Placed only 1000 meters away from the ocean, this home features vast views from every room of the house. The architecture of the home was completely redesigned to resemble a rectangle, with a window that spans the entire length of the home. The XYZ House is a one of a kind creation in Perth, Australian.
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The XYZ House by Mark Aronson is Made up of Three Small Houses
- By: Madison MackayFeb 23, 2018