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Tony Owen Partners | Moebius House

Architecture Tony Owen Partners | Moebius House

Tony Owen Partners | Moebius HouseThis house faces onto views of the Opera House and Harbour Bridge. The unique form is a response to the requirements to maintain view and solar corridors. We started by responding to the site with a series of movements which folded and twisted the space in order to maximise the changes of level, view opportunities and potential for connectivity to outside spaces at various ground planes.

Tony Owen Partners | Moebius HouseWe created a dynamic model capable of responding to changes in variables such as view corridors, sun penetration and orientation. We then in-puted different variables and allowed the models to run in real time. We then stopped the model when we felt we had a model which satisfied our concerns.

Tony Owen Partners | Moebius House

Tony Owen Partners | Moebius HouseThe house has a fluidity of space which is a direct result of having a strong relationship with the surrounding landscape.

Location: Dover Heights, Sydney, Australia
Architects: Tony Owen Partners
Project name: Moebius House
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