A Mansion Made of Concrete Inspired by Brazilian Modernism

A house made of concrete inspired by Brazilian modernism, Mosman House designed by Shaun Lockyer Architects and built by County Construction stretches out across its coastal site in Sydney, capturing views of the water and of the landscape design by Dangar Barin Smith. A series of landscaped terraces through the site are experienced before one comes to the home, and as a house made of concrete, this emphasis on the landscape provides an important natural balance and juxtaposition to the strength of the building.

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