Minus all the fancy coffee equipment--I like the raw, simple wood look and the fact that it has wheels. Something we could diy? (cb)

Stumptown at the Whitney

Minus all the fancy coffee equipment--I like the raw, simple wood look and the fact that it has wheels. Something we could diy?

{Going down under for our Friday Feature today with Rob Kennon Architects. In this project, I like all the clean-lined millwork, and surprising use of colour.} Anchored to a steep site near the Yarra River, In-situ House has a strong respect for materials. Atypical to the surrounding neighbourhood, it returns craftsmanship and natural materials to the landscape, while still presenting a home of significant scale. It also challenges the typical planning of a Toorak family home.via

// In-Situ House Toorak, Vic by Rob Kennon Architects. Photography by Derek Swalwell. Landscape Design by Fiona Brockhoff

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The Roast Coach, an awesome mobile coffee bar, on 30th Ave in North Park. North Park vacation Aug '13.

The Roast Coach, an awesome mobile coffee bar, on Ave in North Park.

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