We love the tree supergraphic that Andrew Maynard Architects used in their renovation of Tattoo House. The screening adds privacy, softens the home's modern lines in a neighborhood of traditional houses, reflects heat and glare, and creates lovely, ever-changing shadows. The stickers are composed of images taken in a local park -- the happy result of a requirement that second-story spaces have 75% opacity.
There's more information about Melbourne's Tattoo House here.
Via: MoCo Loco and Arkinetia (where you can see more huge photos) Images: Peter Bennetts