Twig House by Leeton Pointon Architects + Interiors, and Allison Pye Interiors
Twig house was conceived as a sculpture – melding architecture, interior and landscape into one.
The curved, off-form concrete front wall, devoid of architectural embellishment, rises gently out of the landscape, shielding the building mass concealed behind. The arch reveals an opaque glass veiled entry, and glimpses of the scalloped slate roof hint to what lies beyond.
Twig house is a careful composition of positive and negative layered spaces where the whole building is never fully revealed. A pair of gently curved, concrete towers are the foundation of the house. They sit autonomously within the building and are expressed with tapered edges, as if weathered over time.
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