Moon, a beautiful celestial body, becomes closer to Earth in the suburb of Melbourne due to the Moon concrete house by Antonino Cardillo, the architect who got inspiration while looking at the night sky. This unique private building is divided into two absolutely different parts. One of them looks like a concrete semispherical moon and is intended for guests and public. Other, the private one, takes the form of a long, narrow building set against the perimeter. It creates a portico open to the garden but closed to the car park. These two parts harmonize with each other; signs of one often appear in the other. The style of the house is sustained in warm palette of colours. The interior is spacey, airy and cozy.
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