We welcome you to the pages of Forum City! We present you quite an unusual house. It's in Sydney, Australia. The decoration of the building was designed by Studio Fearns. Large sliding windows flood the rooms with natural light.
Climbing plants grow along the wall and the absence of massive trees allows unobstructed sunlight. Large windows give the residence an abundance of sunshine and crisp air.
The second level balcony houses a small conifer garden and small vases. It offers a beautiful view of the tree crowns and rooftops of neighboring houses.
Only the main room is entered through three sliding glass doors. This gives the advantage of natural light and makes it possible to realize any fantastic design.
The dining room, unlike the previous rooms, is saturated with sunlight, which passes through a glass section of the roof. A breath of freshness is brought into this snow-white kingdom by a bouquet of fresh flowers, filling the surrounding space with green colors.
The bathroom is accessed from the yard, but unlike the other entrances, the vertical roller shutters make it clear someone's there. The furniture is made of white impact-resistant glass that contrasts beautifully with the dark tiled walls and wood paneling.