With a view towards the long-lasting Camelback Mountain, luxurious meets brutalism within the Yerger residence by Chen & Suchart Studio.
The residence is a floating sheet metal clad quantity and a masonry half on a forged-in-place concrete base. The entry sequence runs alongside a koi pond and meets a unfavorable edge pool and open transition areas and membrane-coated repose locations. The most hanging options are the massive sliding glass doorways which retract utterly giving approach to an unobstructed view of the mountain from the visitor bedrooms and the large and opulent eating and dwelling area, and the rusty end of the metal cladding complementing it in an earthy hue. The cacti species landscaping appears applicable to this brutalist facade, as do the marble and terazzo flooring within the inside, and uncovered concrete for the bed room wall doesn’t shock us anymore.The result’s a mix of extremely refined and uncooked industrial supplies that spotlight their distinctive qualities.
Rough and fabulous residence is South Africa