Located in Melbourne, Matt Gibson Architecture create this rectangular home entitled "Concrete House," "designed to forge a direct relationship between inside and outside." The living quarters angled towards the north and the sleeping areas in the south, the contemporary build is shrouded by an opaque screen running around its perimeter. Cleverly, while the front and back of the build is lined with floor to ceiling windows drawing in huge amounts of light, the sides of the building are left windowless in order to provide privacy and restrict the views of nosey neighbours. The rear of the house contains both a pool and tennis court which can both be viewed from the balcony running the length of the structure, the interior following a contemporary take on midcentury as requested by the client.
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