Dream Home Planchonella Stands Amidst The Tropical Rain Forest

Editor   September 2, 2015   Comments Off on Dream Home Planchonella Stands Amidst The Tropical Rain Forest

dream home Planchonella from the side In the Woods

The dream home, which will grow in the Australian rain forest

The Planchonella House, in the heart of the Australian rain forest excites with its curved, organic beauty.

The creators of this modern and nature-friendly architecture are the Australian architect Jesse Bennet and the Interior Designer Anne-Marie Campagnolo. Not only her work runs together, but also their way of life. Together, they own the land and design this architectural masterpiece, which has won your way some well-known awards of architecture for 2015.

dream home Planchonella the inhabitants of the House Planchonella live in harmony with the surrounding nature

The architect family has created a haven far away from the stressful city life

dream home Planchonella input

The concept of the rain forest House provides a kind of refuge from the busy and noisy everyday life and complex life full duties and appointments.  The architect deliberately dispenses with the high technologies and thus wins the prize “best Australian House by 2015”, awarded this year in Melbourne.

Planchonella House is designed to avoid damaging the surrounding rain forest. According to the opinion of the jury in Melbourne appears the forest House as a ruin in the middle of the tropical jungle, where we humans go back to our origin for a while.

Planchonella House is a private project, built specially for the family of architects

dream home Planchonella balcony

Construction began well thought-out design and good functionality, with the intension of Jesse Bennet

dream home Planchonella corridor

The lumber and furniture are hand crafted

dream home Planchonella living room

Open floor plan and walls of glass provide an exciting encounter with nature

dream home Planchonella kitchen

A minimalist interior design can provide unexpected comfort

dream home Planchonella housing

Modern open plan kitchen with a view directly into the rain forest

dream home Planchonella furniture

We discover lightweight structures and optimized furniture here during a tour of the House

dream home Planchonella corner

Each element of the rainforest house is handmade, beginning with the elegant concrete vaults to the details on the wood Windows. The design is genuine and surprising in an efficient way.

The dream home in the rain forest of North Queensland is built for the family of the two architects. The tropical climate and the rain forest in the immediate vicinity give the visitor a sense of comfort and familiarity. The architect of Jesse Bennet says himself: “The time of the simplified way of life is back”, “in a stressful everyday life and complicated society we offer a haven, which is closely linked to the simplicity and beauty of nature.” -A well thought-out design and good functionality.

Delicate columns supporting horizontal concrete slabs harmoniously

dream home Planchonella side

There is enough space in the House Planchonella for everything especially to the frolic of children

dream home Planchonella library

The transparency of the glass walls is interrupted only by the wooden frame

dream home Planchonella nursery

Best, Jesse finds as this House in the countryside “grows into”, without destroying the. “We daily hear the sounds of the rain forest and watch how the natural changes in every season,” Jesse describes. “It’s really beautiful and very quiet, we feel impressed and thankful for each new day!”

A fantastic bathroom, in which the luminous objects the same soap bubbles

dream home Planchonella bathroom

Also in the rain forest, some space for luxury is up to! A built-in wardrobe and the Flokati rug reminiscent of city life.

dream home Planchonella wardrobe

Bathroom and bedroom in one, separated by a wall of art

dream home Planchonella open light

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