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Stacked Volumes Home Moving Walls Raised Pool

The house in Melbourne, Australia was designed by Austin Maynard Architects as an open floor plan with private rooms. By constructing the house as three separate volumes, this open verse-private design was created. By stacking the three pyramid-style structures, the two volumes of the main level are separated by a walkway that connects the front and rear gardens. Other aspects of the private design of the open verse are the floor-to-ceiling and wall-to-wall glazing on the front and back, while the east and west sides are practically windowless. The terrace at the front of the house is open to the sky so a tree can grow through it. At the same time, it is closed to the elements so that homeowners can enjoy nature and stay dry on a rainy day.

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