House Holman by Durbach Block Jaggers

Award winning architecture practice Durbach Block Jaggers designed the House Holman in Sydney, Australia.

The curved forms of the kitchen and living room, which project over the sea supported by four angled stilts, are inspired from the torso of Picasso’s The Bather.

Rough Stones that are used in foundation of the house continue along the cliff and forming nice terrace.

The swimming pool is also built from the rocks, in the form of a vase.

The gracious style of House Holman is given by the complex fluid living spaces and by the wonderful interior design decoration. The breath-taking view can be available in almost every room of the house.

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