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What Houzz contributors are saying:

4. Craignairn. Architect Howard Joseland built this house in 1909. He migrated from England to Australia, with little fondness for the Victorian architecture he left behind. Joseland's homes were designed for the climate. He often positioned large verandas on several sides for summer shading. He also liked to display the materials he used. His interiors were full of rich paneling made of local timber.Craignairn is a great example of Joseland's design principles. This project is an imposing two-story brick home with striking stone features on the pillars and around windows. Originally the roof and the balconies were made from oak shingles — a new element that arrived from the United States. Photo by Wikimedia Commons user Clytemnestra

What Houzzers are commenting on:

stephen42 added this to stephen42's Ideas
February 24, 2013
The roof style.
kstetler added this to Craftsman, Arts & Crafts, Frank Lloyd Wright
February 18, 2013
4. Craignairn. Architect Howard Joseland built this house in 1909. He migrated from England to Australia, with little fondness for the Victorian architecture he left behind.
Steve Dalton added this to steve_dalton's ideas
February 18, 2013
always have liked the upper level porches.
demiandjohn added this to demiandjohn mansions and pools
February 17, 2013
Victorian era architecture in australian
Alexis Drob added this to alexisedrob's ideas
February 17, 2013
Straight out of old Europe look
romeoencinas added this to romeoencinas's ideas
February 16, 2013
cool
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