The Pod by Whiting Architects

January 29, 2016

Stacks of Space

This house in Lorne in Australia by Whiting Architects sure makes a bold statement.  The three-storey building is made of multiple concrete volumes stacked on top of each other like a pile of shipping containers, creating a delightful terrace and multiple vistas from the large windows.  The interior reflects the style of the building.  Neutral tones and contemporary furniture works well with the concrete features, especially when the space is drowned in natural light.

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http://whitingarchitects.com/residential/the-pod/

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