Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful. William Morris
built-in beds in attic space (Rob Whitten, architect); simple architectural detail using mdf or plywood; beds are boxed and set low to the floor; walls, floors, ceilings painted same color to give illusion of light. Another great option for sleeping a family in one room.
Outcrop House November 10, 2009 Peter Stutchbury’s new project focuses on light, space and the Australian landscape, while also serving as a bold experiment in refined residential design. Photographer: Michael Nicholson Author: John de Manincor Architect: Peter Stutchbury Architects