Located in Melbourne, this home constitutes an astonishing contemporary home that WoodWoodWard Architecture constructed in 2012. The home has a patterned exterior and it is where a material called â€˜clinker bricksâ€™ is used.
The material has a great water resistance, charm, and thermal conductivity. In creating this house, the brief from the client was actually for a living space that is sustainable and flexible. This astonishing Forever House did it by being cheeky and reverent, radical, as well as conservative.
This house is where clinker bricks, which have become unpopular these days and the clinker bricks help make the house look interesting. After all, the bricks have a character that is quite unusual and instead of not using the material, this house reappraises the material and keeps incorporating it.
The burnt bricks are purplish and they are randomly laid together with their glazed red and matte cousins, thus, producing a colorful fresco.
Constituting a contemporary home with a stunning design, this home is unquestionably a home that many people can get home design inspiration from. Melbourne, Victoria, Australia is where this home is and this home is located on an interesting triangular site.
As this home is not the first house built on the site, if you are interested in this house, you may need to know that a house that used to stand on the site had three interesting street facades and four yards.
A total of four yards were there in the house and by successfully straddling three yards, as well as attaching a pavilion to a faÃ§ade, this house does not only provide a new neighborhood presence but makes a good use of a quite awkward space that is actually a left over area as well.
If you wonder how astonishing this home is, you can try taking a look at photos of this home that John Gollings took.