How come a big mushroom growing into a unique architecture of living home? It is Jorge Hrdina who constructs the Lilypad project in Sydney Australia. The big mushroom-like shelter is built in the curvy themed home yard. The concept of this extraordinary living place is modern and unique style by employing wood as the prominent material to construct the project.
The big mushroom stem is made by six slice of woods which supporting a wide circular roof. Incision of white natural stone under the edge of the mushroom shade stands harshly as an ornamental accent. An open hall with wooden floor connects the big shelter to the wooden walls curvy unique architecture design house. The curved wall is constructed by vertical assembled dark brown wood. Inside the house is ornamented with the other mushroom like united with the white ceiling above. The wood-stand or the mushroom stem seems to be the main skeleton of the interior design.
Refined wooden floor supports under the big mushroom interior in natural brown color. The view of curve is found in many items inside. Curve space of the kitchen is strengthened by curve shape of boomerang-like wooden table as the place of mounted sink. You may find also a set of curvy contemporary design table and chairs neatly put near the curve glass walls.
To see the building from the above sight the mushroom construction looks like a big wheelchair with white colored wheel. And when it is dark the lamps are turning on and then the big mushroom in front is shining tenderly. The lights come from the small lamps which are mounted on the floor under the mushroom shade and the lights straight irradiate the big umbrella. Hence this project can be included as modern unique architecture in Australia continent.