But that is not the end of surprises at this awesome Belgian home as a sloped green roof that seems like an extension of the garden landscape ensures that the structure completely blends in with its backdrop.
Buckling this trend and creating a relaxing and comfy oasis in the busy inner suburb of in Brisbane Australia is the cheerful and dashing designed by Joe Adsett Architects. The entrance to the house is concealed by natural greenery even as the street façade of the residence combines flowing form with complete privacy.
The structure of seems to be inspired by the petals of a flower as its four distinct wings spread out in different directions making the most of the available space. This also creates a spacious central zone with a sculptural staircase connecting the front and the back wings of the home nestled on split levels.
Modern suburban homes are often characterized by a distinct lack of space both on the inside and outside. With space being an absolute premium the idea of an expansive family home surrounded by a beautiful natural landscape is a hard one to achieve even if one manages to muster up the necessary economic resources.
Using these cool clips allowed them to leave enough of a space between the boards to account for this even while giving the walls a hint of metallic glitter! Custom variants of these clips are also used as hooks and cabinet pulls throughout the house fashioning a sense of continuity.
In fact the street façade only gives you a slight glimpse of the actual interior with two pod-like structures popping out of the otherwise green scenery. Then there is the smart waterproof rubber membrane that wraps itself around the exterior of the home to make sure that the moisture does not seep through from the green roof into the living area.
Complete with four cozy bedrooms five full bathrooms and two half baths this is a Miami penthouse that leaves no stone unturned as it drapes you in unabated extravagance. And currently up for grabs it could be yours in case you have $53 million to spare!