Modern Geometric Architecture Highlighted With Green Tones


Houses architecture gets more interesting with every day that passes by. Mat Gibson Architecture+Design chose geometry to define the architecture of Shakin Stevens residence. More specific, the house located in Melbourne, Australia, consists of three cubes, plus the existing villa, each having two sides made of glass.

At the ground level, in the living room, it’s all about the open space, having a wood deck to connect the inside with the outdoor garden. And because the owners wanted a predominant white interior, it was easy to choose a second color for a strong definition, which was green, as a reference for the green garden space.

Decorations and furniture are definitely modern, adapted for the contemporary time and the private space is well delimited upstairs, so it can meet different kind of necessities. It’s a great place for a single couple, as well as for a numerous family with children.

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