Spectacular Architecture by Chenchow Little Architects

The Pitched Roof House in Australia was designed by Chenchow Little Architects. Showcasing an interesting geometrical shape you would think that you wouldn’t even fit inside. Nevertheless, the house is spacious and offers its residents an unique perspective of their surrounding area due to the triangular shaped windows.

Being built around the strict building code guidelines for the neighborhood, this house is a modern, fresh edge home. It brings a new perspective on architecture and is an astounding residence. The architects had to follow the council’s requirements, so they used pre-weathered zinc, charcoal colored glass and warm toned wood in their design. If it weren’t for the council’s specific measurements this building wouldn’t have looked as spectacular as it does.

The interior is designed in a minimalistic style that allows the architecture to do all the speaking. Moreover the architects used a neutral color palette in order to create the feeling of a bright, airy space. The furniture is modern and completes the uniqueness of the house. With two point of entry, an external wooden patio, between the living and dining rooms, the Pitched Roof House is a stunning retreat for the owners. If you are looking for a spectacular architecture then this is the perfect example.

Published by in Architecture, on October 20th, 2011


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