A home near Noosa is designed for the area's sub-tropical climate and to maximise the owner's enjoyment of the bush setting.
This beautifully designed beachfront property on Waiheke Island shuns too much interest from passersbys by striking a balance between public and private
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Dunn & Hill Architects have designed Dogtrot House in New South Wales, Australia for a family of committed campers.
Ecoshelta Pods are constructed using a combination of eco-friendly timber, a composite panel roof and marine grade structural aluminum alloy
Modern tropical meets Queensland bush in this hinterland home just a short drive from the beaches and boutiques of Noosa
Image 11 of 35 from gallery of Hinterland House / Shaun Lockyer Architects. Photograph by Scott Burrows Photography