"The backbone wall, coloured to reflect the red clay of the area, projects and curves to welcome visitors."
Best Australian Architecture (edited by Gary Takle, Think Publishing, 2010)
"This family home is shaped around an organic, reef-like swimming pool that has direct connections to indoor and outdoor living spaces. The landscape uses earth from excavation works to sculpt an external environment that flows seamlessly with the house's interior."
Top Homes (Housing Industry Association, 2006)
A curved entry path leads to a tear between curved rusted walls and the nose of the main house. The palette of Tuscan yellow, granite stonework and cedar cladding reflects the surrounding native trees and coastal landscape. An obscure glass door hand crafted by glass artist Christopher John invites entry...
Saaj Design used a ribbon-like curve running down the spine of a compact innercity block to create space, where the boundary tapered oddly on one side, from its more conventional neighbours. “There’s a sense of flow from one space to another… a subtle guidance, without realising your eye is being drawn by a curve to a view or a space within the houses,” says Saaj’s Sally Anderson. “There’s something comforting and soothing about curves, they’re like a cocoon.”
When Curvy is Beautiful (Paul Best, Sydney Morning Hearald)