Tinbeerwah House, Noosa Hinterland, Sunshine Coast.QueenslandContemporary Exterior, Sunshine Coast
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More recently, architects such as Glenn Murcutt have further developed and expressed regional styles of Australian vernacular design. His lightweight, pavilion-styled buildings (such as the Marie Short farmhouse near Kempsey in northern NSW) have won major awards worldwide and inspired many young Australian designers and architects to delve more deeply into the question of ‘What is Australian design?’Tell usWhat architectural terms are you still wondering about? Share with us in the Comments section.MoreRead more architecture stories
25. Tinbeerwah House by Bark Design Architects. Noosa, Queensland
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2. They leave lasting impressionsSmall space, big impact. The plunge pool is a great solution for small garden spaces. The pool can easily run along a boundary wall or down the side of a house, making optimum use of the available space.