A calligrapher gave three books to his wife. She put them on the table and stacked them randomly... "We want a bookstore"... They said.
Luigi Rosselli明白，这些书不仅仅是他以前设计的一个房屋的名称，称为六度分隔，而且也是雪梨北部陡峭的悬崖上的悉尼 - 霍克斯伯里砂岩露头的壁架和架子海港，包括书法家和女商人拥有的一块土地。
Luigi Rosselli understands that these books are more than just the name of a house he previously designed, called Six Degrees Separation, but also the ledges and shelves of the Sydney-Hawksbury outcrop on the steep cliffs of North Sydney. A piece of land owned by calligraphers and businesswomen.
Weathered rock formations have been replaced by soft-edged contoured concrete slabs that shear over the entire sandstone layer of the house. An oval concrete staircase forms the pivot point on each floor of the house, anchoring them on a steep cliff; the stairs also surround a descending elevator core and connect the rest of the house to the garage level like a coal mine.
Rocks are part of the house: from the basement to the highest level of the home, sandstone formations provide ancient geological scenes. Both the living room and the calligrapher's study can see the surface of the rock, as well as gently curved steps, which are carefully carved from the stones that climbed into the old Frangipani tree.
The design of this family was designed after reading Lin Yutang’s “The Importance of Life”. It is necessary to read in order to better understand the Chinese culture of residence. Just to make climbing a steep mountain slope less laborious, but also need to soften the route into the house and give up the linear geometry of the road.
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