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house A is the first in a series of three carbon-neutral residences planned by the studio. The post whispering smith completes a carbon-neutral house in australia using recycled bricks and concrete appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
facing the street as a large single residence, these two townhouses have their own character, dramatic interior spaces and private gardens. The post pandolfini architects adapts sculptural townhouse in australia to fit large family appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
glossy dark tiles cover the street facing façade, creating a colossal looming rectangle. The post carter williamson’s black townhouse in australia is surprisingly full of light appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Together, David Toussaint and Kirsty Volz have more than 30 years of experience in architecture, but a patch of land recently purchased by the couple presented a new kind of challenge. The narrow block wedged in up along a railway line in Australia's north forced the pair to think carefully about what they wanted from their new home. The result? A flexible dwelling that, strangely enough,
the screens have been positioned to allow the right amount of exposure, while still framing the best external views.   The post warc studio’s screen house in australia is cloaked in timber hardwood appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the three-story residence by PopovBass architects and sydney-based builder horizon features a glass and concrete facade that ensures great ocean views. The post curved concrete and glass panels form residence in manly beach, australia appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the dwelling's modest footprint demonstrates that luxury lies not in lavish size but in the relationships between spaces both internally and externally.The post THOSE architects’ ‘house frances’ in australia reveals link between dwelling and site appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
In 1947, it took four days and seven stops for a Constellation airliner to fly between London and Australia. Today, history was made as the first non-stop commercial Australia to London regular commercial service, Qantas Flight 9 (QF9), took off from Perth Airport. At a little before 7:00 pm local time, the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner left the terminal with over 200 passengers and 18 crew aboard
Much of the technology found in today's consumer automobiles was originally designed to give race cars a competitive edge. With that in mind, Australian entrepreneur Matt Pearson figured that if there's one way of accelerating the development of flying cars, it's to race the things. To that end, his company Alauda is now building what is essentially a human-capable racing drone...Continue Rea
Much of the technology found in today's consumer automobiles was originally designed to give race cars a competitive edge. With that in mind, Australian entrepreneur Matt Pearson figured that if there's one way of accelerating the development of flying cars, it's to race the things. To that end, his company Alauda is now building what is essentially a human-capable racing drone...Continue Rea


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