Architecture

Wilson House, an Eye-Catching Design

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From architect Denton Corker Marshall, the Wilson House is an example of minimalist and pure building design. With an exterior that is not flashy nor extreme, the house sure does its job when it comes to catching your eye.  The construction plans included a few parallel walls made out of concrete that support the two longitudinal 50m long and 11m wide plates.  Steel columns are also present on the inside to provide extra sustainability. The house is located in the Yarra Valley, near Melbourne, it was was built over a vineyard and it has two levels. It does not lack a swimming pool, a parking lot, a master bedroom and a few guest bedrooms and of course, a wine cellar.

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