There are several architectural elements combined here as its architects Pencil Office had taken up the challenge of creating a lavish retreat that will also encompass several eco-friendly features and will offer both beautiful views of the landscape while guarding privacy of those behind the giant floor-to-ceiling glass walls.
The penthouse opens on to a further 400 square meters of outdoor space with a garden heated swimming pool and entertainment areas across four terraces. The 297.3 meter Eureka Tower in Melbourne’s Southbank precinct was the world’s tallest residential tower at the time of its completion in 2006. The building has since been surpassed in height by two developments in Dubai but the Eureka is still an astonishing achievement of high-rise construction dominating the city’s skyline.
With summer just around the corner many of us already think of a relaxing place where we can spend our holiday. There are so many options and many great places to choose from which makes the decision very tough if you need to choose just one place an oasis of peace comfort and beautiful surroundings.
There just is something that makes us uncomfortable about the name ‘Elliott Ripper’ but if you look past the ‘ripper’ part of it then you are set to find a lovely modern home that can be a beautiful bachelor hub and also a wonderful residence for a small family.
The spectacular green lawn that is spread across the courtyard of the residence is a wonderful visual treat both from the interior and exterior and helps the house blend in with the natural setting of the region beyond its own borders. A vast foyer welcomes you with glee while the wooden paneling on the outside not only heightens the beauty of the structure but also acts as an energy-saving feature and regulates the temperature inside.
The Elliott Ripper House is located in Rozelle and is spread across 1703 sq ft of space and comes with dozens of features that not only make it a visual treat but also a perfect example of eco-conscious structures that incorporate green features in a smart and economically feasible fashion.
This beautiful beach house was meant for architect David Berridge who has spent the last 30 years in New York City. But the fond memories of childhood on the beaches in New Zealand has meant that the Otama Beach House has been designed to replicate that feeling and nostalgia as the architect intends to now spend some time down under.