The multi-award-winning holiday house in Daylesford, Victoria, Australia is a unique example of extravagantly modern living by the architect Jesse Judd. The architect was clearly inspired by plywood caravans and bus stop shelters. The structure, due to the risk of fires in the Vicoria region, has been shielded by a layer of metal and lifted on a platform. The glass block inserted into the plywood coat is the only volume of this project. Its appearance reminds us of the works of Mies van der Rohe, particularly the Farnsworth House which with its glass windows blends with the nature. The interior is freshened by red and orange coat of plywood.


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