New suburban: Remaking the family home in Australia & New Zealand

New suburban: Remaking the family home in Australia & New Zealand

Stuart Harrison

Thames & Hudson, 2013

AUS $70

Suburban ideals are firmly planted in Australian home design and the suburbs remain the place where many of us choose to live. How we choose to live in them, however, is changing. Architect and author Stuart Harrison explores how architects are re-examining the suburban ideal and designing homes that fit more appropriately into its contemporary fold. From a warehouse that can sleep up to 30 to an urban infill with a green roof, the possibilities of suburban housing are stretched and explored in this book that covers case studies from around Australia and New Zealand.

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