Beautiful Home Window Reminiscent of Piet Mondrian

(Photo: Emma-Jane Hetherington)

That was my first thought upon seeing this photo of a waterfront home remodeled by Dorrington Architects & Associates. It's located in Auckland, New Zealand. You can see more photos of this modern design at Arch Daily.

The wall-sized multi-pane looks like some works by Dutch painter Piet Mondrian, especially Composition A.

-via Contemporist


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Reminds me of my friend Mike's dad's garage when I was a kid.
The back wall was made up of those translucent corrugated fibreglass sheets nailed to vertical studs. Periodically, one or other of the sheets would get rattled loose by the wind and a chunk would snap off or it. Mike's Dad would patch it with whatever similarly translucent material - of whatever colour - he might have at hand. The results after 15 years or so were not unlike this admittedly far more beautiful window.
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