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The Lookout House by Room 11 is a play on the farmhouse typology. The shape of the house with its extruded roof line creates a dramatic deck

Lookout House in Port Arthur, Tasmania. Look at this unique architectural project by an Australian architecture firm. They designed the Lookout Hou

Lookout House by Room 11 (via Lunchbox Architect)

This Surprising 'Lookout House' Is Not What It First Seems…

At first, Lookout House looks like a whacky modern barn, but through the sliding barn door a wonderful courtyard house with spectacular views unfolds.

Lookout House by Room 11 (via Lunchbox Architect)

This Surprising 'Lookout House' Is Not What It First Seems…

At first, Lookout House looks like a whacky modern barn, but through the sliding barn door a wonderful courtyard house with spectacular views unfolds.

Lookout House by Room 11 (via Lunchbox Architect)

This Surprising 'Lookout House' Is Not What It First Seems…

The architect of this contemporary residence in Port Arthur, Tasmania, incorporated a central courtyard as an unusual but intelligent design response to the region's temperate climate.

Lookout House by Room 11 (via Lunchbox Architect)

This Surprising 'Lookout House' Is Not What It First Seems…

A Shaker-inspired rocking chair by Hans Wegner exudes country charm in the corner of the living room.

Lookout House by Room 11 (via Lunchbox Architect)

This Surprising 'Lookout House' Is Not What It First Seems…

This contemporary house was designed by and completed in Simple shaped house but unique looks like combining three houses into one.

Lookout House by Room 11 (via Lunchbox Architect)

This Surprising 'Lookout House' Is Not What It First Seems…

At first, Lookout House looks like a whacky modern barn, but through the sliding barn door a wonderful courtyard house with spectacular views unfolds.

Lookout House by Room 11 (via Lunchbox Architect)

This Surprising 'Lookout House' Is Not What It First Seems…

In this dining room, Hans Wegner Wishbone chairs sit snugly beneath a table custom-made of Celery Top Pine by Tasmanian furniture designer Dave McKean. The drum lighting pendants by Axiom were made using local timber.


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