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Entries in outdoor spaces (288)

Monday
Oct202014

Nixon Tulloch Fortey encore

It has been a little while since Jo featured Melbourne architects Nixon Tulloch Fortey so I thought I would do a little update on their stellar designs. They are all about minimal architecture on the inside and maximum impact on the outside. This first kitchen, despite me not usually liking all white kitchens, has me totally drooling. It is just so clean and sleek! I love this firm. 

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Thursday
Oct162014

Stalking a kitchen with a garden view

Can you buy a house just because of a kitchen and its garden courtyard outlook? I think you can. The rest of the house is nice (I'm sure it looks fab in real life) but it's the breakfast window seating and that wall of plants clinging to the Sydney sandstone outcrop that has me in a twirl. I'm stalking in surprisingly leafy Paddington on a very busy road but from these photos you'd never know. Link here while it lasts.

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Wednesday
Oct152014

From my window

Everyday I see this house. No that's a lie. Everyday I see the roof of this house from my window at work. Everyday finds me wondering what it looks like and who designed it. Now I know. Switch by Aardvarc.

Wednesday
Oct152014

Trellis House

An extension and refurbishment of a Post-War cottage with lots of style and not too much cash. The trellis and vines create a seasonally changing connection to the garden while covering a basic trim-deck shell. A celebration of casual subtropical living in the suburbs of Brisbane by Aardvarc.

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Thursday
Oct092014

House for Trees

Mystical, magical, green. A house for its human occupants and a house for the trees. More importantly a house that gives to the city as well. The design for the award winning House for Trees in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam aims to address the overwhelming lack of vegetation in this urban centre as well as providing a connection to nature and a means to alleviate flash flooding from storm water run off. Each building is a giant planter box. Monolithic at ground level, ethereal above. By Vo Trong Nghia Architects.

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