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Beyond the Cutting Edge

is an exercise in Brutalist sensibilities, structure brimming with drama from exterior to interior. Its architect’s vision is realised in the form of raw concrete, oxidised material, textured stone, and bent wood. Carlo Calma describes it as an “architecture of exuberance” and “a living kinetic sculpture,” influenced by MC Escher’s complex tessellations and Antoni Gaudi’s striking structures, but replete with the edgy eccentricity that characterises his works. What is, perhaps, most intriguing about this particular home is the client himself,

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