Leaf House by Undercurrent Architects is a gorgeous little hideaway on the coast of Sydney, Australia. Underneath this leaf-like covering lie twisted steel beams that suggest a resemblance to tree branches and its trunk. The outdoor pavilion, built as an addition to the residence, subtly blends with its natural views.
An idyllic place to sit and catch up on some reading, the translucent space surrounded by molded glass gives the illusion of being outdoors while shielded from the elements.
And beneath the open, above-ground area, a sandstone platform is divided into private rooms. Originally built as an artist’s studio, the configuration also doubles as a guest’s recoil and quiet-time getaway for the homeowners.
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