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Jaw-Dropping Southern House in Australia Boasts Incredible 270 Degree Coastal Views
Posted By Tafline Laylin On March 21, 2013 @ 1:30 pm In Architecture,carousel showcase,energy efficiency,gallery | No Comments
It isn’t certain where exactly the Southern House is located, but there is no question that it is hands down one of the most attractive residential programs on Inhabitat. And if you detect a hint of Frank Lloyd Wright  in the design that is also known as the “Brow of the Hill,” that makes sense too since the chief architecture has followed his work closely.
The sweeping roof provides a powerful aesthetic as well as shading, while thick walls, alcoves and an embedded courtyard and terrace all work together to mitigate excess solar gain  in summer. And finally, the weathered rust brown essexite cladding gives the home something of an industrial aspect while also helping it to integrate within the enviable natural landscape.
Via Inthralld 
Photos by Michael Nicholson
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URLs in this post:
 Fergus Scott Architects: http://www.fergusscottarchitects.com.au/#
 passive solar and thermal design: http://inhabitat.com/tag/passive-design/
 Frank Lloyd Wright: http://inhabitat.com/index.php?s=frank+lloyd+wright
 mitigate excess solar gain: http://inhabitat.com/beautiful-bridge-house-is-wedged-between-two-california-hills/
 Inthralld: http://inthralld.com/2013/02/sweeping-steel-southern-house-by-fergus-scott/
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