Bowen Mountain Comfort House

September 6th, 2010







The Bowen Mountain house is a contemporary house built by Cplusc Architects in New South Wales, Australia as a weekend getaway. The house’s design borrows a lot from Japanese architecture but keeps its modernity with the sauna and pool additions.

Besides the architecture and use of hardwood throughout the whole house, I find it to have a very calming nature. It also seems like a place that you would go to meditate—I personally don’t meditate but the house just seems like the place for it.

The living area in particular seems very comforting and is lowered into the floor which makes it even more interesting. That is something that I’d love to do when owning a house in the future. Definitely taking an influence from old Roman amphitheaters.







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  2. elen says:

    nossa essas casas são lindas por favor você poderia dize onde elas ficam?


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