Rooftop terrace home designs

Living in the city has plenty of advantages – it’s usually a vibrant place to live close to the heart of the action, and commuting is a breeze. However do you ever find that urban living often lacks open space?

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Elvis honeymoon hideaway

Yes, we know it’s an iconic multi-million-dollar home in Palm Springs, but what’s not to love about The House of Tomorrow aka Elvis Presley’s Honeymoon Hideaway? The ‘space age’ house was reportedly on the market in 2015 for a cool US$7million, which means there probably won’t be enough in the […]

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The Empire strikes back

The Empire struck back at two-storey stereotypes when it opened its doors in 2012 to a home-buying audience eager for different. With its unconventional upside-down layout and ‘floating’ design elements, you felt you were living up in the treetops, high above street level. “People expected different from this home and […]

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Breeze Blocks make a return

Breeze blocks are back! Having been extremely popular in the architecture of the 1950s and 1960s they were used so extensively in both houses and commercial buildings that they found anywhere in the world where it was hot including here in Australia. Commonly associated with a beachy, holiday feeling and […]

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