Concrete house that built above a vineyard in the Yarra Valley north-east of Melbourne, is an architecture home design by Denton Corker Marshall. A minimalist house with reflective glass cube of the house architecture and consists of two thin rectangular plates which are supported by a series of parallel black concrete walls set at right angles to them and by the hillside.
The upper levels wings of minimalist house design are hangs above the roof, separated by full height windows to front and ends, and back by two green screws that sticks on the length between the plates.
The contemporary concrete houses consists of two thin rectangular plates which are supported by a series of parallel black concrete walls set at right angles to them and by the hillside.
The floors of concrete house architecture are half gray softened pigmented cement, drywall and ceilings in white. The lower level home architecture is contains entry, car parking, wine cellar, and study and guest bedrooms. The upper story contains master bedroom, second bedroom, living room, dining room and kitchen. A truly minimalist house design with unique second story and nice house from concrete. If you like this house, you may consider to read about similar home architecture.