Contemporary Home in Historical Australian Neighborhood - Design Milk

Contemporary Home in Historical Australian Neighborhood

Paddington Residence // House Design // Raw Materials // Residential Architecture // Brisbane, Queensland, Australia // Designed by Ellivo Architects // Photography by Scott Burrows

A restored 1944 weatherboard house on the Sunshine Great bifold windows make the deck an extension of the small kitchen from Coast in Queensland is where you'll find this cool little home to the Merlo family. The deck is an important extension of this smaller-sized home. From homelife.com.au.

I like this window idea for the kitchen over the sink.great way to pass out the food for outdoor eating and entertaining-outdoor bar with stools. Basically how I'd love our tiny house kitchen window to be.

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Real Home: The Boat House

You may have seen this home in Queensland Homes summer magazine? A classic Cape Cod meets Noosa style, this is the home of .

Storrs Road / Tim Stewart Architects

Storrs Road / Tim Stewart Architects

Storrs Road Residence by Tim Stewart Architects 3 Environmentally Conscious Australian Home Built Using Reclaimed Wood

Wrapped in zinc cladding and rising up three levels, the modern Rosalie Residence takes advantage of a hillside location in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. The environmental friendly home was envisioned by Richard Kirk Architects and boasts a total of five bedrooms- more than enough space for a family haven.

Wrapped in zinc cladding and rising up three levels, the modern Rosalie Residence takes advantage of a hillside location in Brisbane, Queensland

This whole ability to open out a house, with living and dining outdoors.  Love it...just not sure how it might be done with existing structures.

How To Make A Classic Spanish Sangria

Esta elegante casa con la firma de Todd Miller, realizada a partir de 31 contenedores marítimos muestra lo que se puede hacer cuando contemp...

Shipping Container Home (Brisbane, Australia) Architect and designer Todd Miller didn’t just use a shipping container for this home—it appears like he used an entire shipping company, since it took 31 containers to build it. Photo by ZieglerBuild

Queensland Homes | Open House  Air, water, trees and wood....

How To Make A Classic Spanish Sangria

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Real Home: Modern Majesty

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