Simon Twose: Glass in Concrete Jungle


Concrete House designed by Simon Twose is designed by a combination of concrete and glass. The internal spaces are arranged on a three-story floor plan, covering a total surface of 300 square meters. The 251 square meter plot area was plentiful to create the desired structure with a bit touch left for a garden.

Heavy concrete elements intersect with glass partitions to create a marvelous suburban home. Courtyards in between the concrete shapes were given a dynamic feel by leaning huge concrete walls against one another. Interiors were conceived to give the inhabitants both privacy and access to views and natural light. This gorgeous modern home with a bold concrete and glass architecture is located in elburn Wellington, New Zealand. [via]


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