Photography by Douglas Mark Black Archterra Architects have designed the Bush House, a home surrounded by Australian bushland, in the town of Margaret River. Photography by Douglas Mark Black Photography by Douglas Mark Black The.
If you’re a fan of glamping, you’ll love this eco-friendly passive home nestled in the Australian outback. Archterra Architects designed the Bush House, a solar-powered abode that blends environmental sustainability with contemporary luxury.
Moving from a bustling Sydney suburb to 80 ha of pristine Tasmanian forest, 40 minutes from Hobart, was a no-brainer for this nature-loving couple.
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