Angle Iron House

Project Location
Simon Thornton
DC Building
Year Completed
Products Used

Sliding doors

Bifold doors

Awning windows

Timber: Western Red Cedar

Tom Roe

The curved roof of the Rosanna Angle Iron house immediately lets you know that this is no ordinary build. Designed by Simon Thornton and built by DC Building the entire house incorporates those curves, along with a generous amount of timber and glass. In fitting with the roof, the living space also features curved and angled windows featuring concealed frames, producing seamless lines and maximising natural light. The frame is concealed by recessing it into the roof line.

Ensuring the view to the surrounds is as uninterrupted as possible, the corner windows also feature a minimal butt join (where window meets window in a corner) in keeping with the modern, unique look of the house. This Angle Iron House also incorporates effortless sliding doors, high quality awning windows, and premium bi-fold doors.

The Angle Iron house is a great example of innovation inspiring great craftsmanship, and confirms the only limitation with custom built is your imagination.