It seems as if Aussies have no dearth of timber as their architectural and interior decoration practices revolve around this superfluity to a considerable extent. A great example is the lavish Yarra House designed by Leeton Pointon architects and Susi Leeton architects, close to the Yarra River in Melbourne. Keeping natural lighting as the focal point of the entire design, the luxurious residence charms with its radiance via the double-story void, light cascades down oak and white plastered surfaces. Other than great skills in fashioning the Yarra House, we’ll have to acknowledge the illusiory external crafted-in-concrete view of the fabulous home. Stunning to say the least!