Light Cannon House in Sydney references the scultpural roof forms of Le Corbusier’s famous La Tourette monastery
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The clients commissioned the architects to renovate their existing home and bring more natural light into the artwork-filled interior. In order to solve the rather common of the gloomy south-facing terrace problem, the architect introduced two tall sculpted roof forms with a low southern profile. The "light cannons" draw northern light into the interior, referencing the architecture of Le Corbusier’s La Tourette. Related: Benoit Challand’s Stilted Roost House is Inspired by Calatrava and...