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a white couch sitting in the middle of a living room next to a brick wall
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Kinder House by Wilko Architecture Photo: Derek Swalwell
the kitchen is clean and ready to be used as a living room or dining area
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Darling Point Apartment by Studio ZAWA Photo: Anson Smart
the kitchen is clean and ready to be used as a living room or dining area
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Darling Point Apartment by Studio ZAWA Photo: Anson Smart
an open door leading to a living room next to a kitchen and dining room area
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Darling Point Apartment by Studio ZAWA Photos: Anson Smart
a living room filled with furniture next to a sliding glass door
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Laroona House by Biotope Architecture & Interiors Photos: Max Combi
a large kitchen with lots of windows next to a counter top and refrigerator freezer
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River's Edge by Wardle Photos: Dave Groves Photography
a living room with a couch, chair and skylight
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Laroona House by Biotope Architecture & Interiors Photos: Max Combi
a large kitchen with lots of windows next to a counter top and refrigerator freezer
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River's Edge by Wardle Photos: Dave Groves Photography
the inside of an office building with tables and chairs on green carpeted flooring
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River's Edge by Wardle Photos: Dave Groves Photography
two lawn chairs sitting on top of a gravel covered field next to a building and trees
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We Ponder House by Align Architecture with SAXON HALL Architecture Photos: Tari Peterson
a house with a large wooden garage door
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Wattle Bird House by Flett Architecture Photo: Matt Sansom
the inside of a store with wooden shelves and plants on it's windowsill
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Lavada by Studio Ilk Photo: Anjie Blair
a woman holding a baby in her arms while standing next to a kitchen island with stools
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South Hobart House by Studio Ilk Photos: Anjie Blair
the kitchen is clean and ready for us to use
Murphy's Place
Murphy's Place by Studio Meek. Photo: Nikole Ramsay
the house is surrounded by plants and trees
Tiara House
Not one to shy away from locally sourced and natural building materials, FMD Architects’ most recent residential project is a jewel set amongst the 19th century terrace houses in Melbourne’s inner north. Aptly named Tiara House, the renovated two-story Victorian terrace has received an update fit for a queen. Its sculpture-like crown form at the rear of the building offers a playful yet regal shape. Photographer: Dianna Snape