Unusual Moebius House by Tony Owen Partners

Unusual Moebius House by Tony Owen Partners

We know you like every residence that brakes the barrier of “common” and we will try to constantly feed your need for special homes. Today’s project comes from Tony Owen Partners and is located in Sidney, Austrailia. With views accross the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge this family home was built using an innovative design method called “micro design”, that is environmentally sensitive. Here is some further information from the architects concerning the construction of this project: “Due to the complex geometry of this house and the need for such fine tolerances, we had to evolve a completely new system of fabrication and assembly for this house. We started off designing a house, but in the end the construction process more closely resembles that of a car. Early on it became apparent that this house would have to be detailed and documented entirely in 3 dimensions. The steel frame house is clad in metal panels which were pre-cut in China.”


  • Home January 28, 2010 at 05:20 AMLogin to Reply →

    Wow! This are very unusual homes! Tony Owen is such a great guy! I love the house!!!

  • Unusual Moebius House « HYPELIFE February 9, 2010 at 12:31 PMLogin to Reply →

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  • Freshome Saturday Design Spotter 2 | Freshome October 22, 2011 at 08:32 AMLogin to Reply →

    […] Still paying tribute to white, but completely changing the feel of the room, here is an interior that can be characterized as futuristic. A generous plasma TV and a modern fireplace descending from the ceiling, make this a home for sci-fi movie lovers. The photo was taken inside Moebius House designed by Tony Owen Partners and located in Sydney, Australia. You can see more from the project here. […]