It is the unassuming simplicity and timeless charm of Japanese architecture that inspired the form of this cabin-style home nestled at an altitude of 6800 feet above sea level. With a simple floor plan breezy flow of natural light and seamless interaction between public and private spaces the eco-friendly home designed by Baosol wins you over instantly.
There was a time when bold color was hip and flowery patterns all the rage. Then came the 90’s that brought along with them the much-loved cubicle and modern design that relied largely on simple straight lines along with colors like cream and beige.
Going green is as much about smart design as it is about utilizing modern technology that cuts back on energy-consumption and carbon footprint. Dubbed the in the is all about clever utilization of energy-conserving materials op-notch insulation and material minimalism.
The multi-level house features an open plan living on the lower level with private spaces and bedrooms above. It is brick on the outside and wood on the inside that gives the home its unique look and create a blend of both stylish panache and a sense of warmth.
On first look the looks more like a fabulous residence with mid-century influence and contemporary vibe from a lovely neighborhood in San Francisco. Yet this exquisite contemporary home with brick walls and metallic sheen sits proudly in Perth and was crafted by Post Architecture to accommodate the needs of a modern family with active lifestyle. Despite a small backyard and a narrow footprint the house features an interior that is both open and bright with ample natural light.