This Australian House Has A Curved Exterior Of Zig-Zag Metal

This modern house is covered in a custom made zig-zag metal facade that creates a continuous curving appearance, that sits on top of reclaimed brick and is broken up by rusted steel hoods around the windows.

Photography by John Gollings

 

Architecture and design firm TANDEM, have recently completed this unique home in Melbourne, Australia, that sits on a long tapering triangular corner site.

 

This modern house is covered in a custom made zig-zag metal facade that creates a continuous curving appearance, that sits on top of reclaimed brick and is broken up by rusted steel hoods around the windows.

Photography by John Gollings

The home is covered in a custom made zig-zag metal facade that creates a continuous curved appearance, that sits on top of reclaimed brick and is broken up by rusted steel hoods around the windows.


This modern house is covered in a custom made zig-zag metal facade that creates a continuous curving appearance, that sits on top of reclaimed brick and is broken up by rusted steel hoods around the windows.

Photography by John Gollings

Inside the home, the curves continue with the walls and cabinetry. In the kitchen, the island is made from the same brick used on the exterior of the house, and curved open shelving creates additional storage without creating a hard and harsh edge.


Inside this modern home, the curves continue with the walls and cabinetry. In the kitchen, the island is made from the same brick used on the exterior of the house, and curved open shelving creates additional storage without creating a hard and harsh edge.

Photography by John Gollings

On the opposite site of the main floor are the living room and the dining room. The living room steps down and a custom shelving unit separates it from the dining room. The dining room has bench seating that follows the curve of the house, and horizontal windows add light to the space.


On the main floor of this house are the living and dining rooms. The living room steps down and a custom shelving unit separates it from the dining room. The dining room has bench seating that follows the curve of the house, and horizontal windows add light to the space.

Photography by John Gollings

Here’s the view that you see as you look up from the main floor to the ceiling the top of the house.


This modern house has a void in the second floor allowing an open view from the lower floor.

Photography by John Gollings

Upstairs, green flooring adds a touch of color to the mostly wood interior, while circular and rectangular windows let natural light in.


Green flooring adds a touch of color to the mostly wood interior of this modern house, while circular and rectangular windows let natural light in.

Photography by John Gollings

The upper floor of the home is where you will find the bedrooms. This bedroom has plenty of custom designed built-in cabinetry with additional curved wood detailing.


This modern bedroom has green flooring and plenty of custom designed built-in wood cabinets with additional curved wood detailing for the walls.

Photography by John Gollings

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