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Built by Smart Design Studio in , Australia with date Images by Sharrin Rees. This house on the south coast of New South Wales was designed as one of a pair of modern beach houses occupying a gre.

An Australian architect designed a beach house consisting of three modules for her family. Constructed in a factory outside Melbourne, the house was then transported down to the sleepy beach town of Merricks.  Photo by: Lisa Cohen Courtesy of: Lisa Cohen

For her family’s house near Melbourne, Anna Horne created a series of prefab wood modules using a design from the company Prebuilt. She found the old industrial letter at a factory; it stands for Somerset, the name of the house. Photo by Lisa Cohen .

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A Timber Clad Extension Contrasts but Considers its Edwardian Roots

An Addition To The Rear Of An Edwardian House By Wilson Architecture March 2015 Wilson Architecture have designed an addition to a house in Melbourne, Australia.

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Robust materials and a flexible floor plan help the owners of an Australian vacation home reap maximum rewards.

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Upgraded Beach Bungalow Wrapped in Zinc Cladding: Bay Street Residence in California

A whimsical stainless steel mesh double height curtain skims across the back of the house providing privacy and shade.A quirky magical place.

Glass Loggia House by Allen Jack+Cottier, Vladimir Sitta and Belinda Koopman of Terragram. An oversailing glass roof and steel mesh curtain protect a two-storey extension and terrace at a historic Sydney house.

Melbourne Garden Room is a blackened wood extension to a century-old Edwardian house

Australian architect Tim Angus has added a garden room to his mother's Melbourne residence, using dark wooden rafters recycled from an old warehouse

In designing a four-module prefab off the coastline, local firm Archiblox set out to create a light-filled home that "could be enjoyed throughout the changing seasons."

An additional six weeks of construction were required on site to accommodate the large amount of decking and the two-car garage. Archiblox's David Martin said the toughest challenge of construction was the “double void area in the living room.