Perched on the edge of a steep Australian ravine, the Breakneck Gorge House is just as impressive as the landscape that surrounds it. Its exterior has been sculpted into a rock-like form. Clad in Corten steel, its rusty exterior blends into the local scenery. Inside, a sleek interior is dominated by a moody palette created by stained timber planks and dark grey hues. Designed for short stays, the interior consists of just an ensuite and a living space. Large glazed panels spanning across the southern side afford surreal views that can be seen from every corner in the home.
Photos: Jack Lovel / Robert Nichol and Sons