Screen House by Carter Williamson Architects - architecture and design

Screen House by Carter Williamson Architects

Designed in 2014 by Carter Williamson Architects, this inspiring two-story house is situated in Sydney, Australia.

Screen House derives its name from the use of bespoke black metal screens perforated with an image derived from a photograph taken and loved by the clients. It is an exploration on its capability amongst other building materials not only as a form of privacy, but contributing in facilitating a home for a growing family. Photography courtesy of Carter Williamson Architects
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