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while the southern half is more intimate, with views into the lush native Australian garden that surrounds the house,” describes Mihaly.
while the southern half is more intimate, with views into the lush native Australian garden that surrounds the house,’ describes Mihaly.
wall fountain that provides both privacy and serenity in the garden area.Australian native spotted gumwood was used extensively throughout the garden design
wall fountain that provides both privacy and serenity in the garden area.Australian native spotted gum was used extensively throughout the garden design,
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characteristics of Rose Seidler House would continue to be seen in progressive Australian architecture throughout the decades; but they have really come to the
expansive glass windows. WHY WE LOVE IT: As the 20th century progressed, Australian architects continued to look beyond Britain to America and Europe. While
external walls and roof. The soaring eaves offer protection from the harsh Australian sun. Raised timber beds hold an extensive vegetable garden.
RESIDENTIAL CHURCH CONVERSION
architects Dominic and Marie Bagnato heard that this decommissioned local Australian church was going to be turned into commercial office space, they snatched
Dominic Bagnato added on to with a supermodern structure. “The view taken by Australian architects and, in fact, enforced by local government is that additions