Situated in a previous stone quarry in Melbourne, the Cornerstone House blends the site’s tough past with a clean contemporary structure. Splinter Society Architects reference the plot with a progression of enormous stones put all through the inside and the finishing. These huge stones were left in their unique, crude state and extended onto the site where the house worked around them. Giving the home its namesake, the stones were utilized as anything from segments and joinery to ground surface and furniture, going about as strict foundations in the structure. Differentiating the unpleasant chunks, smooth metal siding clads the outside and darkened lumber braces and steel handrails enhance within while regular wood tones and rose-conditioned metals add warmth to adjust the living spaces.