This 290 square meter home is another beautiful contemporary work by Base Architecture. It is located in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia and has recently won several prestigious Australian architecture awards. The house is wedged into the side of a hill and nestled in a large piece of heavily forested, environmentally protected land. His body wraps around a “concrete basin not formed out of the ground”, which also reflects the charred wood on its inner surface. The house is made of roughly sawn stained plywood and galvanized steel. The interior is kept in black and white and looks very stylish and modern. Although the house looks very natural thanks to the materials used and blends in well with the surroundings. The interior is made of Australian chewing gum. It was used for floors, joinery and windows / doors. From the street it appears to be a three story house, but 90 percent of the program takes place on the top level, which is also at the level of the natural ground due to the slope of the site.