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13.09.15

Glass House Mountains House
Perched on the edge of the remnant rim of the Glass House range, the Glass House Mountains House was designed for expat clients living in Romania. The house is designed to engage with its site's topography, orientation, views and vegetation.

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27.03.15

The Owners had ideas about living outside
The owners opted to save the humble 1970's double-brick wall beach house and renew, to achieve a functional home that suited the space, amenity and style, they required.

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27.11.14

Beach House Brilliance
The exising fibro and brick beach house was opened up and pared back to reveal the structural essence of the building to create a holiday house that captured ocean and dunal views and enhanced its scale and character.

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22.11.14

Treading Lightly
This subtropical beach house is located on a beautifully vegetated site on a remote Central Queensland beach, nestled into its natural coastal landscape, providing its occupants with an inextricable link to the landscape and the Red Rock headland.

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27.10.14

Treading Lightly
Spoonbill has been conceived and produced with a genuine economy of means, a natural casual elegance, a lightness and an authenticity about place in mind. Spoonbill’s character is natural, understated, permeable, translucent and transparent and made of vertical elements echoing its neighbouring trees.

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27.06.14

It feels like a bush house when you enter the front door
There are three 'main events' in experiencing this house at Peregian Beach. One is the outlook north to a wetland reserve. The second, a lovely journey up a series of timber platforms under mature Moreton Bay Ash Trees and the third a suspended pandanus leaf sculpture of a stingray from Arnhem Land.

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18.05.14

Distant Spheres of Influence
Sources of inspiration for modern home designs may come from far-off times and places. The Glass House Mountains House explores a seamless connection to landscape.

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12.10.13

Ideal Commute
Designed in glass, plywood and steel, Bark Design Studio stands between two leafy bloodwood trees, poised against the unrefined beauty of the Noosa Hinterland and functions as a showcase of Bark's design approach and principles.