Modern but sustainable “Under the Moonlight house” in Australia

Under the Moonlight contemporary house, designed by Giovanni D’Ambrosio, is located in Mount Hotham, Victoria, Australia. The house has been designed with care in order to prevent damage to local vegetation and trees. It tries to integrate itself in the site through use of materials that have been used before and that are part of local historical background. The shape of the residence is highly modern, yet resembles typological archetypes used by country-men and cowboys that lived in the area. An interesting mix of stone, glass, wood and metal was used to create a home that would shelter the owners, during summer and winter. Moreover, the roof is made out of insulated metal and accomplishes functionality at any climate. At the ground level everyday life takes place and it is possible to see the garden from a glazed frame that opens onto a deck. Love the view outside! [source]

Modern but sustainable Under the Moonlight house in Australia

Modern but sustainable Under the Moonlight house in Australia
Modern but sustainable Under the Moonlight house in Australia
Modern but sustainable Under the Moonlight house in Australia
Modern but sustainable Under the Moonlight house in Australia
Modern but sustainable Under the Moonlight house in Australia
Modern but sustainable Under the Moonlight house in Australia
Modern but sustainable Under the Moonlight house in Australia
Modern but sustainable Under the Moonlight house in Australia

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