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Collection by Joseph Nunez

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The living space and bedrooms are separated by two small courtyards.
Daughters Ingrid and Jane catch up with their grandparents on the Room & Board–furnished front deck.
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Thanks to clever engineering by Sand Studios, seven-year-old Macy can operate the 2,000-pound door.
Pierre Soulages in Mont Saint-Clair, Sète, 1959.
The house comprises a series of modules, with the main living areas occupying the center and the master bedroom on the...
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The balcony is notable for its outdoor shower.
The neighbors' balconies provide an interesting perspective.
The house is set on a forested hill, which means the backyard—though scenic—is too steep to enjoy.
“When you have a tiny house, having outdoor spaces off a room can make a big difference,” Schicketanz says.
The roof deck is a place for entertaining, and offers scenic hillside views.
The addition is clad in grooved painted plywood and the new deck is made from blackbutt wood, the sort used for wharves.
The Melbourne Home of Kim Victoria Wearne and Stuart Beer via the Design Files.
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