When Aussie design firm Perversi-Brooks Architects was approached to create a space that brought greens and blues together, a familiar style rule came to mind: "Blue and green should never be seen." So when architect Sam Perversi-Brooks took on the project, he wasn't especially thrilled. It's actually hilariously clear from the anecdote he proves on his site: "Blue and green. BLUE and GREEN! Oh god...I'm not a big fan of blue and green, especially together..."
The architect was stumped until, while trying to find inspiration for the project, something odd happened. Sitting at his computer one day, it struggled to start up and he found himself staring at a distorted image of the default Windows screen: a lush field under a bright blue sky. This layering of color informed the theme of the home, which features stacked blocks of different wood finishes, grays, and yes, blues and greens.