House Sneddon by Metropolis Design
This house is a simple response to a beautiful site on a steep slope between the Twelve Apostles and the sea.
It is arranged as a series of stepped wall planes with a continuous flat roof floating over.
The flow of living spaces is mediated by level changes and continues into a series of outdoor areas, each offering a different experience of place.
The linear plan form allows direct visual contact with the natural surroundings from every point in the house.
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