Luigi Rosselli Architects - Cliff Top HouseContemporary Exterior, Sydney

Perched on the top of a rock escarpment in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs, overlooking Queens Park and Centennial Park, the cliff top house is an example of vertical living. Four storeys high, only to above the street and built to the front boundary, it was easily approved by Waverley Council

Photography: © Edward Birch

Contemporary exterior in Sydney. —  Houzz
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Rebecca Gross added this to Rounded Architecture: There's No Cutting Corners Here3 July 2014

A multi-level cliffside houseFour levels of balconies and terraces are stacked on top of each other in this ‘scissoring’ design that takes inspiration from the natural rock ledges found on Sydney’s coast. The rounded corners add grace and elegance to the composition, blending the monumentality of the house with its local environment. MOREHow to Get Curves in All the Right PlacesJump Onboard and Ride the Wave of Corrugated IronHouzz Tour: Chic Revamp for Manly Penthouse Just Right for Retirement

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Kamau James added this to moodboards exterior24 January 2019

rounded corner of this house form

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ellie48 added this to House facades9 October 2014

I love the curves of this house.Softer than the square angles. Yes, the result is elegant.

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