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Urban Barnyard by Inbetween Architecture
Urban Barnyard House Is Home to a Family and Their Chickens and Bees
Hiring an architect to design your new home or renovation is a big commitment. So how do you know you're making the right choice?
Boston Villa by Nest Architects
Abandoned for Years, This Elegant Villa Is Now a Sustainable Home
This house had become a squat and burnt down during the design stage, but Dean and Lisa transformed it into a modern, sustainable home.
Two Pavilion House by
Two Pavilions Prove a Creative Solution to a Challenging Site
Splitting this home into two separate pavilions creates flexible spaces which also solves a number of challenges.
Courtyard House by Sarah Lake Architects
The Conventional Form of This Addition Is Cut Back to Let the Sun In
On a long, narrow site, a courtyard is cleverly cut into this addition to allow the sun to stream into new living spaces.
Courtyard Deck House by ZGA Studio
A Courtyard Deck's the Perfect Way to Combine Old and New at This Home
A decked courtyard connects this existing home and extension, providing light, breezes and an indoor-outdoor connection to old and new.
CABN Lets You Try Out Tiny House Living for Yourself
Could you live in a tiny house? CABN, an Australian tiny house tucked away in the Adelaide Hills, gives you a test drive (stay).
Clerestory House by Pearson Architecture
Ingenious Clerestory Window Lets Light In Where You'd Least Expect It
Just because you have a narrow block without a north-facing backyard doesn't mean you have to sacrifice light, views and ventilation.
Blueys Beach House 5 by Bourne Blue Architecture
A Modern Take on the Traditional Fibro Beach Shack
Beachside towns were once dotted with simple fibro beach shacks. This modern home reinterprets that classic style.
Dark 'n' Stormy by Dan Gayfer Design
A Kitchen Renovation to Weather the Storm (i.e. Three Young Boys)
When you've got active young kids, your home must be robust enough to withstand a lot of punishment. This kitchen is built to last.
Recyclable House by
Unlike Pesky Coffee Cups, This House is Designed to be Recyclable
It's surprising how many everyday items can't be recycled. Being fully recyclable, this home is surprising for the opposite reason!
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