Corben Architects designed Mosman House. It was situated in Sydney, Australia. The modern house consisted of impressive three storey building. It was a display of flawless contemporary architecture. Quite a few spectacular sights were offered. The house designwas the mix of timber and concrete. An interesting contrast and a strong visual effect were made.
The minimalist house provided an incredible pool, which became the main point of attraction. According to the architects, the interior completed incorporate American Oak timber floors to the living areas, Grey Limestone honed stone floors to the circulation areas, Walnut veneered joinery, white polyurethane cupboards, Quartz kitchen benchtops and Marble slabs in the bathrooms to create a contemporary. The minimalist house was sophisticated interior with a warm inviting feel. Energy saving options were taken. An operable skylight over the central core was included. It allowed natural light and ventilation. Timber slated screens offered sun control, concrete floors and roof to provide thermal mass and energy efficient glazing to the external windows and doors. Photography was Alina Gozina