Terraced housing in titanium and zinc-coated
This House is situated in neighborhood Windsor Melbourne (Australia), on a plot close 6 metres in width and 40 meters of depth, so is attached to one of its edges, leaving free on the other side step of gravel and wood. But the most striking this House is monolithic, appearance is coated facade and roof of titanium and zinc plates, recyclable material that has a life span more than one hundred years.
From the street, the building appears to be a plant, but actually a wireframe double-decker is built to accommodate all the housing programme.The solution above give equal treatment to the façade and the deck and the geometry of the latter, make it possible that perception. On the first floor master bedroom, treated as a suite (with dressing room and bathroom), with a previous room has arranged from showing the lounge (at ground floor).
Interior is dominated by white color and coating of wood in some walls of the ground floor with wood and ceramic floors. Treatment of cabinets is also white, resulting in very striking the way in which are designed, especially in the bedroom, which is located at the head of the bed and has two doors, one at each end.Study at the bottom of the House, room has a fully designed wall library and wardrobe, course in white.
To go from having large cloth glassed facades, various holes on the side, and a wonderful skylight just above the lounge, this House presents without direct vent downstairs, and dark spaces as you can see in the flat.