Contemporary Glass House Amongst the Green Landscape in Church Point, Sydney by Utz-Sanby Architects

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The presence of this contemporary glass house is based on the environmental aspects and the beautiful green landscapes are applied on glass facade and its location on a steep sloping block determines the typical floating foundation supported by a series of concrete piles with tree-like steel structures. The contemporary glass house, situated in Church Point, Sydney, Australia, and designed by Utz-Sanby Architects (www.utzsanby.com) combines the transparency and open house plan that accommodates timber decks extending to the dining area, consolidating a connection of home interior and nature. Almost the same occurs on the kitchen design , where, the kitchen bench extends to the outdoor and a large covered deck allowing for easy entertaining and open-plan living. All these advantages provide an ideal relation between the dwelling concept and nature, which unites the elements of landscape, construction and open plan concept.