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An astonishing example of “fluid architecture” is a family house Moebius by the architectonic minds of Tony Owen Partners An astonishing example of “fluid architecture” is a family house Moebius by the architectonic minds of Tony Owen Partners. The project was a challenge for the architects, since it was created parametrically by 3D digital software. The building responds actively to its surroundings by a shape resembling curved and intertwined bands which creates a truly one of a kind experience – not only on the exterior but inside as well. The house, located in Dover Heights, Sydney is a part of the harbour panorama of this populated city on Australian south eastern shore. The unique form creates an unusual interior which is enhanced by a synergy of modern and retro elements. The result is bustling with eye-pleasing curves and shapes which seem as if they were created by nature itself instead of a human hand.

source: abduzeedo.com

 

Moebius

One response to “Moebius

  1. Psilomelane ⋅

    Looks very “futuristic,” by way of the 1970s.

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