The Church is the green house is located in Sydney developed by UTZ-Sanby Architects.
This new house on the block steep slope, facing east to Pittwater. The decision to get a house on the slopes to the back of the block is done by the client in the early design stage to ensure that the house was used for better privacy and natural vegetation on the site.
greenhouse is located in between trees and supported by a series of concrete piles with steel treelike. Simple house plan, linear and softened with the addition of wooden platforms, which corresponds to the ground behind the house. curved steel beams that frame the deck and floor tiles, reminiscent of the bows of ships and floating above the ground. steel staircase leads to the curve of the front door, which was painted bright red, unlike the lush green landscape.
The house is open and light, and works with natural bush. kitchen chairs are also on the outside and a large covered deck allows easy and fun and great in all weather and all who live throughout the year. This tree house is sitting quietly on the floor and barely visible from the road, offering privacy and shelter for people.
The house is newly listed for sale for the agent McGrath, thanks contemporist [his] sources.