A House’s Pavilion With Roof Shat Reminds Fallen Leaves
Leaf House by Undercurrent Architects
Leaf House is a pavilion for a private residence in Sydney, Australia. It’s sited in a dramatic coastal setting and looks anything but ordinary. Thanks to unusual structure of its roof it blends with surroundings very well and looks like a part of the terrain. Roof’s parts resemble fallen leaves held loosely together by a structure of twisted steel beams that bring dynamic forces inside. The interior is enclosed with floor-to-ceiling glazings. Private rooms are tucked below into a sandstone podium fused to the terrain.