Selasa, 12 Januari 2010
Leaf House by Undercurrent Architects
From Undercurrent Architects, the amazing-looking Leaf House is situated in Sidney, Australia, on a coastal setting. The creative leaf-like pavilion was built for a private residence in order to be a part of the landscape, with everything that implies. If you look closely, you will notice that the roof looks like a bunch of fallen leaves and that the interior houses elements that can be resembled with tree branches. This was achieved by using twisted steel beams. We think that the house looks absolutely stunning and we embrace his kind of creative architecture ideas. Its integration with the environment is a strong feature.