Richard Kirk Architect

Posted on Wed, 10 Jul 2013 by KiM

One day I’ll finally get the opportunity to meet/visit Jo in the subtropics of Australia, and she can explain and show me first hand what it’s like to live where indoors can meet outdoors year round. Sure, you could live that way here in Canada, but someone will eventually find you frozen in a pile of snow. In the meantime, I can dream about living in a very warm climate in a home with large moveable walls that expand your living space….such as these spectacular homes designed by Richard Kirk Architect (who coincidentally has an office in Brisbane – where Jo is). 

CockatooPete says:

I Live in Australia. Down South. I'd love to open the windows, but it is 0 degrees or -1. Not happening. However, can look forward to a few weeks in sunny North Queensland next month to thaw. Beautiful homes. Inspiring post, as always, girls!

KiM says:

CockatooPete, at least it's not -35. Then I'd have some sympathy for you. 🙂

It's a nice idea and it is executed very well. Mostly i liked well designs and shaped stairs line and door navigation in roof area especially, Very amazing and admirable designs.

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