Houses • Documentary, 04-Oct-2021
What happens when an architect designs their own home? Phoenix house is the story of architect Harley Graham coming back to his roots to honour the classic Australian Queenslander. Raised from the ashes of a dilapidated hardwood frame and reconfigured to suit the needs of a modern day family in Byron Bay, NSW.
Architects: Harley Graham & Verity Nunan - HGA
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