Queensland, Australia lightens up with a brand new Wallaby Lane House and Studio design made by Robinson Architects. The house was made particularly for a family who is set to move in from Sydney with the project completed late last year. The entire site measures two hectares that comes with a bushland in the heart of the property to draw a distinct line between the two buildings.
The house follows the long slither contour of the site and has a huge roof shade that flies over the building. It also features cross ventilation and stream of natural daylight. The unique design of Robinson Architects will allow its residents to get a nice panoramic view of the Cooroy Mountain. This is the perfect dwelling for anyone who longs for a house that has a lot of space but still remains compact. The Queensland property also has its own waste water treatment system.