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Contemporary House Built With Minimum Landscape Impact – Johanna House

 
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The Johanna House is designed by Nicholas Burns on the 100 acres site of pristine bush land located on Johanna beach, Victoria, Australia. No trees were cleared in the construction of the house so it has minimum impact on the surround environment. The house made of glass, steel, concrete and rammed earth and has 4 bedrooms and 2 baths. Big glass sliding wall doors help to connect indoors and outdoors all around the house and capture stunning views of the ocean and the bush’s flora and fauna. The most amazing feature of house’s interior design is the impressive fireplace that is placed in the centre of the living area. Nicholas Burns associates describe their creation as “a discrete insertion into the landscape”, and it really is.

Contemporary House With Minimum Landscape Impact


Contemporary House With Minimum Landscape Impact


Contemporary House With Minimum Landscape Impact


Contemporary House With Minimum Landscape Impact


Contemporary House With Minimum Landscape Impact


Contemporary House With Minimum Landscape Impact


Contemporary House With Minimum Landscape Impact


Contemporary House With Minimum Landscape Impact


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  1. Anya Says:

    That lamp works perfectly with the landscape…

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