Kay House Is All Covered In Glass


There’s no way for someone to hide in the Kay House, designed by Maria Gigney Architects. Spread on three stories and featuring four bedrooms, two bathrooms and an indoor pool, heated by the solar energy, the 3,900 square feet home was remodeled more than ten years ago, in 2002, but still keeps a contemporary look that it’s just adorable.

It is located in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia and thanks to the glass used in construction, waterfront views are available from almost any room. The surroundings, the skies blend in perfectly with the interior décor, as the transparency of the glass seems to be bringing everything together in a perfect and elegant mix.

The most spectacular part must be at night, when the city lights and stars on the sky appear, especially since the master bedroom is at the third level and the roof is also made of glass. And the inhabitants are lucky to have this unique living experience every day!

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