The multi-award-winning Wheatsheaf House, lost in the depths of Australian woods, is a uniqe example of extravagantly modern holiday home. The structure, due to the risk of fires in the Vicoria region, has been shielded by a layer of metal and lifted on a platform. Its bold, graphic style, inspired by Mies van der Rohe works, makes the Wheatsheaf House architecture seem dramatic. But by the well-balanced contrast effect, it does not affect the forest landscape, it does not feel like an "intruder". “There’s no reason why you couldn’t pick it up and move it elsewhere”says Jesse Judd.
Do you like the hot red, plywood-covered, open interiors?