Edged on the ridge in Australia's Blue Mountains, the Invisible House utilizes the idea of glazing to optimize it's elevated location. Located 2 hours west of Sydney on a secluded ancient site, the Invisible House by Peter Stucthbury offers the quintessential Australian experience. Fueled by concrete, glass and steel, the exterior is shielded by a massive cantilever roof that serves dual purposes: a thermal device and dam, reflecting the sunlight off the water.
Internally, the space remains open maintaining a concrete palette, Mudgee stack stone, brass and copper while each of the bedrooms are etched in plywood. With the surrounding sights and minimal walls to shield the view, the expansive openings welcome the Megalong Valley and all of its glory is on full display from every inch of the home.
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