Never Too Small • Documentary, Special Interest
Architect Ben Edwards created a 44m2 boomerang-shaped house using 3 shipping containers connected by an external deck on steel stilts which sit on top of a hillside. Internally the spaces are lined with marine plywood, the minimalist design is all about framing the view through the trees towards the ocean.
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Complimenting a clients existing home, and using durable, hard wearing materials suited to the coastal lifestyle. Architect Rob Ashby designed a self-contained 60m2 studio as a retreat for visiting friends and family.
Jan van Schaik is the architect for Shacky, a project that breathes life into regional communities with small living. The self-sustaining, intimate design brings comfort to Victoria's High Country while benefitting the farmers who partner with them. www.mvsarchitects.com.au www.shacky.co