Posted on Wed, 8 Aug 2012 by midcenturyjo

Burrowed into a sandy ridge on the Mornington Peninsula is a house by studiofour. Dark boxes spill down the slope while double height windows invite the outside in. Decks reach out to the native landscape which shelters the house from harsh winds. Public and private, positive and negative space, dark and light. Manmade and the natural. A holistic approach by the design studio ensures a bespoke home that addresses the site and the owner’s needs. A piece of art, a sculpture as house, a metamorphosis.



Annika says:

The landscape, the simplicity… a very beautiful home.

homestilo says:

I really like the custom fireplace/library/wood storage.

Melanie says:

Ohh, not enough pictures…so relaxing I wanted this post to go on forever…

Even the sky cooperated with the moody magnificence of this house! Wuthering…

francesc says:

this is so amazzing!!!! im dying

Anna says:

ooh my good, HOUSE ORGASM!! i just looove that house!

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