Cozy interior, custom bay window and many other assets of an Australian pyramid house!
What do your children draw when they represent a house? Well, triangles and squares, is not it? However, today we will not talk about geometry. What we are going to present to you again is a designer pyramid house with a breathtaking view of Australia’s rural surroundings thanks to its large glass facade following the shape of the roof. A true luxury tent whose interior will make you forget the tumult of the big city, as well as all the distractions of modern life. The proof in pictures!
A splendid pyramid house strongly inspired by luxury camping
The next architectural phenomenon, which we are about to show you today, is in one of Australia’s rural areas and is a strong reminder of the luxury camping we introduced to you a while ago. A functional and contemporary design inspired by the traditional “A” tent shape and signed “Luke Stanley Architects” and “Anthony Hunt Design”, this small modern hideaway will inspire all our readers who want to make their interior or exterior more cozy and cozy. .
As we have just indicated, the hut in question is located in an Australian agricultural zone, and more specifically, on the Kimo Estate estate. A somewhat unusual farm specializing in hosting weddings providing accommodation to visitors. Designed as a place for conviviality and well-being, this pyramid house has it all. The general idea behind this concept is not only to create an ecological place, but also to offer diners a home where they can disconnect while taking their time to admire the view.
An “A” shaped structure putting comfort and safety forward
By creating this beautiful wooden hut for relaxation, the two Australian studios of contemporary design aim to erase the boundaries between man and nature. It mixes the spirit of the Australian surroundings and modernity without neglecting the main needs of the inhabitants. The result? Well, as you can probably see for yourself, it is an absolute success! The atypical form in “A” was not chosen by chance. Innovative and modern, it has the potential to withstand high winds while providing occupants with a strong sense of safety and security.
Following the line of the roof, the designers of the pyramid house adopt an original facade that is only a large triangular bay window leading to a pretty little wooden terrace . In general, if you want to preserve the authenticity of your roof, while taking full advantage of the natural light, the tailor-made window following the slope of the roof is a practical and aesthetic solution at a time. Designed in glass and wood, it extends from floor to ceiling to enhance the magnificent view of the Australian wilderness.
A cozy interior, simple and contemporary at a time
Apart from the windows respecting the shape of the roof, inside the house pyramid, there is a small bedroom, a nice bathroom and a mini relaxation area with a door that opens to the terrace offering locals a breathtaking landscape on the valley. An industrial-style wood-burning stove heats the interior space in cooler months, while at each end, the large openings provide airflow during the summer months.
As for building materials, the designers of this place have relied on simplicity using recycled wood and corrugated metal. And to emphasize the ecological concept, the designers have found a clever way to recover rainwater through a simple underground tank.
Horizontal blinds ensure good air circulation on hot days
The bathroom also benefits from a large window overlooking the surrounding area.
Pyramid house: cozy atmosphere and wood stove to feel good at home
Wooden stilts accompanying the atypical shape in “A”