Wilson House, is Minimalist House Design with Parallel Black Concrete Walls, designed by Denton Corker Marshall. Located in Yarra Valley north-east of Melbourne.Two thin rectangular sheets – roof and floor – lying in a gently sloping hill above the vineyards stretching up the main road. The ground black metal plate is supported by a series of parallel walls black pigmented concrete perpendicular. One end is based on a hill, the other cantilevers 11 feet beyond the retaining wall. The plaque hangs above the roof, separated by full height windows to front and ends, and back by two green screw that sticks on the length between the plates. Each dish is 50 meters long and 11m wide. Their uniqueness and clarity is reinforced by the lapels -2 m deep on the front and rear and 5 feet on the projection overhang – the exterior wall. The cover plate is supported by steel columns inside.
The less leverage, defined by concrete walls black, includes entrance, underground garage, cellar, study and bedroom for guests. At the top level – in theory, a single space – contains a double bedroom, second bedroom, lounge, dining room and kitchen. A wall of floor to ceiling glass sliding doors, external extends over the entire length of the house and opens onto a terrace on the top level down to a pool. The floors are half gray softened pigmented cement, drywall and ceilings in white. Interior spaces are defined by panels of sycamore volumes inserted in the space, and take place without the ceiling and along the glass wall. [ Denton Corker Marshall ]