Zac's Raw House

Zac's Raw House

Jenny Butler
Nov 3, 2009

More and more we're noticing that the architecture in our own backyard is changing for the better. While there is still an excess of waterfront McMansions and cookie-cutter display homes, there is an occasional home that makes us breath a sigh of relief. Zac's House caught our eye for that reason today...

This week Zac's House was awarded the 2009 Australian Institute of Architects award for Residential Architecture in Victoria. The house is made from strong, simple materials which are mostly left in their raw state, leaving the furnishings to bring this home to life. The large windows also brings the outside in and with the house placed at the very end of the block, hidden away from the nearby neighbors, there is a lot of garden to enjoy. Neeson Murcutt Architects are the firm behind Zac's House, find out more about this project from their website here.

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