April 1, 2017 The Unbiased Writer

The Mosman House in Sydney, Australia, is set on a large block falling towards the harbor beach. This immaculate single-family residence reveals the layers of the living spaces as you enter the property. Opened to natural air and light, private rooms along with a sauna and gym are housed in the southern pavilion. The family spaces are located in the northern pavilion that is connected to its southern counterpart by a walkway framed with sculptural copper fins filtering the natural light. Built to minimize energy use, the Mosman House features a rainwater tank, high level insulation, and low energy lighting. Finished with a green roof and a battery system that harnesses the solar generated electricity, the property is energy independent. Take a closer look below: 


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