House tour: an 1880s factory in Melbourne becomes a home for two young professionals: The resultant corridor ekes out the journey and heightens the drama of release into a double-height living void that is the semblance of a mountain crevice. This interstitial space is cut through by a footbridge that connects two cliff faces — one concealing a main-suite complex, the other a study with a roof-access stair.
Stylist/blogger Lucille Gauthier-Braud lives in in the middle of Paris, but her newly overhauled kitchen looks straight out of the French countryside. We've sourced all of the design elements for you to create your own version.
Zero Carbon Solar-Powered Long Studio Sits Gently Upon the Earth in Rural England
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