Interesting architectural house in Sydney by Innovarchi

The house situated in Sydney,Australia is one of the greatest architectural designs I’ve ever seen, done by Innovarchi. The odd shape of the roof produces shade in the hot period, like the summer, protecting you from the sun. The shade makes it very pleasant for you to crush in the summer on the house deck.

The house lights, similar to Vader’s sword in the Star Wars trilogy, make you feel like you are plugged in another dimmension. The deck surrounding the house, makes you think, in a real world, at fishing, on the other hand, in another universe, makes you imagine once you enter the house that you embark on a real spaceship.The contrast of white and brown gives you a worm sensation, you feel cosy. I know this is a great place, where you and your loved ones can live happily. The house is perfect for family celebrations and meetings, with a large development space.

The home is by far the most beautiful shaped one I’ve seen. You can easily relax in a chair, reading a book, outside on the terrace admiring the beautiful garden which is full of green plants. The modern look of the building seems detached from a story. If you would live in it for a cuple of days, I guarantee that you will wake up your artistic spirit.{found on architezer}.

Published by in Architecture, on March 26th, 2012


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