Residential “wool shed” designed to blend in with the environment Tonimbuk Project - Maxa Design Pty Ltd

Industrial Patio by Maxa Design - that there is no barrier between the interior and exterior spaces but where I live you would need screens to keep out the bugs.

Matty - I live this modern AUST farmhouse with the water tank clearly visible and traditional galvanised iron used in a modern way

Matty - I love this modern AUST farmhouse with the water tank clearly visible and traditional galvanised iron used in a modern way

Add Some Warmth: 12 Plywood Interiors \\\ Photo by Iwan Baan. House OM in Yokohama, Japan, designed by Sou Fujimoto Architects, has a dining space lined with a plywood wall that pierces a circle in the ceiling. Plywood stairs make the climb, eventually up to the rooftop.

Add Some Warmth: 12 Plywood Interiors

House OM in Yokohama, Japan, designed by Sou Fujimoto Architects, has a dining space lined with a plywood wall that pierces a circle in the ceiling. Plywood stairs make the climb, eventually up to the rooftop.

Shearer's Quarters by John Wardle Architects - Winner of the villa category at the World Architecture Festival. Clad in galvanised, corrugated iron, Shearer’s Quarters is positioned on the site of an old shearing shed alongside a timber-clad cottage. Pine lines the interior walls of the open-plan house. Bedroom walls are covered with recycled apple crates that the architects sourced from nearby orchards.

On North Bruny Island, just off Tasmania, architect John Wardle (of his eponymous Melbourne-based firm) started with a structure once-removed from the classic A-frame, updating a sheep shearer’s quarters into a truly lovely guesthouse on his own property.

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New Zealand architect Davor Popadich of Pattersons invoked nautical sheds in his unconventional design for his family’s modern home on Auckland’s North Shore. Photo by: Simon Devitt Photo by: Simon DevittCourtesy of: © 2011 Simon Devitt


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