This is a ridiculously hard place to photograph, and to find info on, but it’s an extension to a house in Myrtle street north perth, by Kate Hislop, currently one of the most interesting architects active currently. This addition was designed around a street full of heritage single story cottages, and tough restrictions applied. So viewing angles were created and then used them to carve away the space. Whats left is barely visible from the street. Its kind of like a deflated balloon on the back of the house. So brilliant. Sorry no more pics, but its hard to look at, almost impossible to find unless your looking for it. Which it seems, is the point.