Australian architect Frank Macchia combined curved elements with rectangular volumes to create an eye-catching rippled effect for this house outside of Melbourne. From the front façade, two taller walls distort perspective, while different materials and colors add to the vibrancy of the overall design. The effect of rolling, rising, and falling, can also be seen on the inside. Like the exterior, a range of materials are used for the interior, including wood, glass, stone, and concrete, but there’s a unity despite the variety. The interior of the Blairgowrie Court Residence is also dominated by chocolate walls and ample of natural light from oversized windows.