The Mullet House is an impressive project designed by the March Studio in Melbourne, Australia for a couple that didn’t only want a comfortable home, but rather a place that inspired and challenged the traditional residential design.
With a daring geometry, the designers began their “contorted gymnastics” creating an unconventional house extension with an angular roof that gives the exterior an aerodynamic look. The garage area was excavated into the ground and it is left open making the house seem to float at first glance and the upper level is enclosed in glass to provide the best views of the city from the bedrooms and bathrooms.
On the lower level there is a wine cellar, a laundry room, a bathroom and a children’s playroom with circular glass skylights above it. The project extends outside with a terrace and garden while the top floor hosts a large living area since the original Edwardian structure already contained three bedrooms and two bathrooms.