The Design Home is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission.
Interestingly, the house is not their concept, but was built at the request of a client, who wanted “ridiculously inside-out” home.
To accomplish this, the architects used sliding walls and bi-fold doors and decks and deliberately left several parts of the house unfinished. Parts of the garden creep into the living spaces, and parts of the floor spill into the garden, making an amazing illusion that blurs the lines between the interior and exterior.
(Photo Credits: Peter Bennetts)