Situated against the snowy backdrop of Mount Hotham, Australia, sits an angular house by architect Giovanni D'Ambrosio. The angles of the house draw reference from typological archetypes that were once used by countrymen and cowboys that lived in the area. The interior and exterior are comprised predominantly of stone, metal and wood - which all enable the house to fit seamlessly within its environment. With double-glazed windows, the architect wanted to give the owners the ability to enjoy the outside surrounds, from the warmth of the indoors. The main living within the home is enjoyed from the ground floor, whilst the bedrooms and spa find a home comfortably on the level above.