Greenhouse Design Ideas, Inspired From “Wabi Sabi” Japanese Architecture
Greenhouse design, House with lots of glass windows is being favored by many people, especially if the view in front of the house, can spoil the eye. To satisfy these desires, then comes the “Glass House Mountain House” in Australia. Located along the side of a cliff overlooking a hilly landscape in Maleny, Australia, “Glass House Mountain House” was built with the intention to link between the experience of living in the mountains with the surrounding natural environment. The building designed by Bark Design Architects was merged into the interior and exterior spaces that exist in nature.
This greenhouse design also features expansive views towards the distant hills to the south as well as internal garden. Greenhouse structure is partly occupied a piece of land, while the other part is outside and elevated by a lightweight steel frame. As the name implies, this greenhouse has many windows. sliding and rotating areas of glass can be opened and used as a passive ventilation.
In addition, the design of the greenhouse design is also associated with the mountainous landscape through the use of rocks in the mountains. In addition to using stone and glass, this house also contains elements of wood carvings in the form of bulkhead, deck, and walkways which includes the park.
“Glass House Mountain House” was inspired by Japanese design called Wabi Sabi. So no wonder if this house has a sliding roof and the sliding door and window elements that quite a lot.