Located in Queensland, Australia, Planchonella House is a beautiful house with playful concrete lines, designed by architect Jesse Bennett and his wife, interior designer Anne-Marie Campagnolo. Making most of its tropical rainforest environment, you can really separate the outside enviroment with inside interiors of the house. The wings created on each side of the edge float into the surrounding rainforest and become part of the tree canopy. The whole design is wrapped around the courtyard, which is an oasis that provides sun, light, ventilation, happiness, activity, visual stimulation, and entertainment. It also provides connection to the surrounding rainforest, connection from one part of the house to another, and acts as the focal node to the promenade experience of moving through the house. Moreover, the wide usage of glass making the house fully blended with its surroundings. Indoor plants can be seen everywhere inside the various rooms. Even the featured wall in bedroom are reminds you of the nature. The whole place is full of a sense of freedom and freshness.