My dear readers, as I’ve been posting projects that probably don’t surprise you due to their regular appearances, I’m going to make an exception today and show you something that breaks the normal patterns of home designing. The Leaf House is something that you definitely don’t usually see when taking a walk on the street due to its intriguing shapes and ondulations. It was developed in 2009 by the team from Undercurrent Architects and is located in Sydney, Australia.
The structure brings in my mind the idea of a leaf-like pavilion and it even has branches! Well, they’re not real ones, of course, it’s just the skeleton which has been shaped in that way due to the twisted steel beams. The rooftop resembles with some fallen leaves, thus immitating nature as much as it’s possible. The boundaries between interior and exterior spaces are almost inexistent, as the separation line consists in some very subtle floor to ceiling glass walls.