Overlapping the Modern Construction: Contemporary house created using stacked volumes to create a geometric heaven

Overlapping the Modern Construction: Contemporary house created using stacked volumes to create a geometric heaven

23 January, 2014  |  Exterior, House Interior

This contemporary building created by Mick Rule of Craig Sheiles Homes, is a perfect constructed modern house that has wonderfully light exterior walls, large ceiling to floor windows, a sheltered balcony and an incredible contained pool located at the rear of the house. It consists of a series of simple and overlapping rectangular volumes that create a very unusually contemporary building and is located in Perth, Australia. The interior is very simple with its white walls, light grey stone floors and rich wood finishing, while the dark panelled wall on the edge of the stairs is a real feature. Simple fabric and leather furnishings help to finish this stylishly designed interior and help to keep it modern and contemporary.

modern architecture

modern house

white facade

terrace with swimming pool

square pool

square pool lights

exit to the terrace

terrace

dining area in modern style

high ceiling in the house

modern kitchen interior

retro furniture in the interior

living room with white walls and high ceiling

interior with retro details

modern wooden staircase with glass railings

bedroom and bathroom in one room

modern bathroom

 

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