Created by Artillery, this contemporary pool house utilizes the natural shade that is provided by a nearby elm tree, as well as creeping pines which envelop the pergola.
This house is located in Australia, and the shape of this house stems from historic beginnings whilst being adapted with discrete folds, creating subtle shadows. Located in Melbourne, Victoria, the houseâ€™s structure was constructed from steel with doors that are steel framed.
Aside from having steel framed doors, the house also has zinc cladding that covers its exterior whilst matching the extension of the main house at the same time. The house itself is positioned under an Elm tree and it makes use of natural shading.
Moreover, a skeletal pergola is also slowly being enveloped by a creeper that will fill the voids with greenery, thus, creating more natural shading. Aside from the fact that the house uses of natural shading, of course, there are many other interesting things about this contemporary pool house.
Constituting a contemporary pool house in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, South Yarra Pool House is a house with doors that were designed to fully open, allowing for an easy transition between the houseâ€™s interior and exterior.
The house is also a home with doors that are steel framed and in addition, the house is also where zinc cladding is used to cover its exterior.
Located in Melbourne, Victoria, the contemporary pool house is also a house in which a collection of extraordinary furniture and art that were accumulated during the ownerâ€™s travels abroad and living stint in New York are displayed.
The collection of extraordinary furniture and art fill various spaces within the dwellings and they make the space feel lived in and loved.
If you are planning on building a house, taking a look at this contemporary pool house to get some home design ideas to apply is definitely something you have to consider.