Unconventional Home Grown On Two Levels

Editor   November 21, 2013   Comments Off on Unconventional Home Grown On Two Levels

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Unconventional home grown on two levels

Take a look at this daring design designed Australian architects March Studio and developed! According to the project developer, “the mullet trying” us informed of the House to give a small opportunistic site. Moore, the customers, Scott Smith and Phoebe want to have not only a new, comfortable house, but they also look for a challenging design.


The cultivation of unconventional House on two levels shows an out of the ordinary, angular roof, which contributes to the aerodynamic shape of the building. The garage is abandoned, while the higher range of glass is surrounded. There are still the extra bedroom and bathroom. The new cultivation is not intended to accomplish the original architectural style, but was made according to the customers and views of the city of Melbourne – offers one of the most beautiful tell the architects.

Ceiling and floor coverings made of wood

mullet roof wood sofa Interior grey shelving wall

Orange accents, floating staircase

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Gray roof shows this House cultivation

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Built-in ceiling lighting and hanging over the kitchen island

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Kitchen island – factually, but practically equipped

unconventional House cultivation architecture kitchen island drop light/pendant

Warm, soft lighting

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Industrial architecture

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House on two floors and garage

unconventional House cultivation facade window

Modern, sustainable and minimalist

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Designs of the House

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