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Shearers Quarters House is a minimalist property designed by John Wardle Architects, located on a working sheep farm in Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia.

The low shelf looks pretty on an empty wall | Shearers Quarters by John Wardle Architects

Australian practice John Wardle Architects have designed a Shearers Quarters on North Bruny Island in Tasmania, Australia. The building has won the Australian House of the Year award for

Contemporary Shearers Quarters by John Wardle Architects

Gallery of Shearers Quarters House / John Wardle Architects - 12

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Spotted on Dezeen: a sheep shearer's cottage in Australia by John Wardle Architects, sited on a scenic slope overlooking the rolling fields and featuri

Unique and beautiful wood stove in a house that is like living inside of a tree. Kinda trippy.

Gallery of Fairhaven Residence / John Wardle Architects - 13

Fairhaven Beach House, Victoria, Australia - a warm heart of wood by John Wardle Architects The open sea, speckled with spots of surfers. It’s an ecstasy of sights from villa Fairhaven Beach House, on.

Contemporary House in California by John Maniscalco Architecture

Contemporary House in California by John Maniscalco Architecture

accordion door living room with fire-pit patio. completely loving this . home interior Home decor Living room design

Minimalist House With a Long Wall of Library - Pilisborosjenő, Hungary

Booked for ever A long brick house by Foldes Architects, Hungary Minimalist design meets everlasting intellectual values. Temple of books shaped into a long brick house in the side of the Big-Proud Peak, Hungary, from Foldes Architects The pro

love the stacked magazines!

Lovely, lovely, lovely Brazilian architecture - shelves above window and seating. House of Architect Pedro Useche, Sao Paulo

In Room.

Modern Apartment with Medieval Style - Barcelona architect Anna Noguera has converted a sixteenth-century “Alemanys house in Girona overlooking the Plaça de Sant Domènec into two contemporary holiday apartments.

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