Louise Nettleton Architects

Posted on Thu, 18 Apr 2013 by midcenturyjo

Like an insect with wings poised to lift off. A metal grasshopper coiled for action. Foxground House by Louise Nettleton Architects sits lightly on the site with a roof line that promises flight. Corrugated steel is the material of choice referencing the Australian history of the corrugated iron shed in the bush. Indoor and outdoor meet seamlessly in this stylish contemporary home.

Rendering of Architecture says:

it reminds me of the style of Jean Prouve

Stefa.B says:

Me encanta que ahora no se vea sólo decoración de interiores, sino también el diseño arquitectónico.

oh holland says:

In the immortal words of Liz Lemon, "I want to go to there."

I have a very short bucket list. Item 2 is to live in a little modern house on legs. Item 3 is to have a mad, soaring roof on top of it.

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