Australia continues to wow on the modern architecture front. After peeping the tasteful “Ivanhoe House” two months ago, we now head to the Victoria hinterlands for a gawk at the truly unique “Cape Schanck House.”
The ambitious 4,300 square-foot project was overseen by Melbourne-based architecture studio Jackson Clements Burrows. Perched atop a high dune, the split-level home has been designed to blend seamlessly with the epic landscape of Cape Schanck.
As well as offering up grand vistas of the surrounding plains, the residence is sheer luxury inside. A living room, two bedrooms, an extra bathroom, and a private viewing deck can be found on the lower deck, while additional living spaces including a master wing with a large executive study exist up top. The pièce de résistance, however, is the daringly beautiful disappearing-edge reflection pool.
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