Located in Brighton, Victoria, Australia, Fusion House is a three-bedroom extension to a 1970s single-story brick dwelling. Designed by Dankor Architecture in 2014, the project measures 120m² (1,292ft²).
The Fusion House’s angled facade takes advantage of the varying azimuth of the sun during the summer and winter. The facade is designed to provide shade during the summer and solar penetration into the dwelling during the winter.
Large double glazed doors recess completely into the dwelling to provide a seamless transition between interior and exterior. Natural timber provides insulation, warmth and contrast.
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Photographs by Dan Korman
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