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Contemporary three-storey interpretation of a traditional Queensland house

Contemporary three-storey interpretation of a traditional Queensland house Architects: refresh*design Location: Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Year: 2016 Area: 6.028 ft²/ 560 m² Photo courtesy: Roger D’Souza, Christopher Frederick Jones Description: "The two critical drivers informing the conceptual framework for Habitat on Terrace were context and feasibility, both of which...
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