Cliff face house

Posted on Wed, 8 Aug 2012 by midcenturyjo

Perched on a precipice straining to take flight over the bay beyond. Anchored by ancient sandstone. Views and spaces, voids and solid roots. Just reach out your hand and touch the sky and water. Turn your back and find shelter. It’s all about nature… and nurture. House and site. Beauty and function. Fergus Scott Architects in collaboration with Peter Stutchbury Architecture

Nifty Tips says:

Beautiful images i will definitely bookmark this blog and share with my close friends keeps up the good work going.

Katie says:

I love this house, I think it's the same one that was on worlds greenest homes, the rocks act as passive cooling in summer, the water hits the rock and when the breeze is right it keeps the place cool. The use of light and space has been so well considered even the parts that are in a way underground look open and airy. Such a brilliant design, one of my favourites! I'd love to just sit in that bath and soak up the fresh air, wonderful idea!

Carmen Santos says:

Splendid architecture … I was delighted!

That's a home?! It looks massive! And amazing of course!

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