Gallery: Oshatz Architects’ Wooden Wilkinson Residence Towers Amidst th...

 
The one-of-a-kind house has curved walls that resemble a camera lens.

With a top floor surrounded by treetops, The Wilkinson Residence evokes the feeling of being in a tree house. It’s curvy exterior is covered with different wood tiles and some metal parts that get rustier blending the home with the natural surroundings. Its spacious open plan interiors are filled with natural light thanks to plenty of windows that frame trees and wildlife.

With curved walls that resemble a camera lens, Oshatz Architects’ house is one of a kind. Because of its particular geometry and curved walls, most of the furniture had to be made to measure. But although its architecture seems capricious, the idea is to carefully control the acoustics of the space and leaving music to flow inside it.

+ Oshatz Architects

Via Ignant

Photos by Cameron Neilson

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