Sunday, March 1, 2009
I like architecture, not as much of a vice as the day-to-day, but it's there, and I admire it when i can.
This, found on ArchDaily is a job done by Sean Godsell in Glenburn, Victoria. nestled into the surrounding hillside, gives pretty immense views. Thats not the cool part though, its the inlay details, like double glazing, rainwater harvesting and digital power management that make it kind of a cool three year project. If only they did houses like this in the city...
Also, go here for a f**king load of japanese/design fonts. been a source of mine for years only i've kind of kept it close to the chest, but I'm in a sharing mood, so take advantage of that shit.