The James-Robertson house is composed of three separate structures perched in trees overlooking Australia's Pittwater Bay. With a bird's-eye view of its surroundings, smooth wood floors, and open decks that integrate common rooms with the outdoors, the home combines luxury with a natural experience. Photo by Richard Powers.

The James-Robertson house is composed of three separate structures perched in trees overlooking Australia's Pittwater Bay. With a bird's-eye view of its surroundings, smooth wood floors, and open decks that integrate common rooms with the outdoors, the home combines luxury with a natural experience. Photo by Richard Powers.

The owner of a hillside home overlooking Australia’s Pittwater Bay takes in a panoramic view of the ocean from his balcony.

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The owner of a hillside home overlooking Australia’s Pittwater Bay takes in a panoramic view of the ocean from his balcony.

Wall less house / Tezuka Architects

Wall less house / Tezuka Architects

Built by Tezuka Architects in Setagaya, Japan with date Images by Katsuhisa Kida . The house is supported by a central core and a pair of extremely thin columns. The absence of walls on the ground fl...

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