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Brick Constructed Contemporary Australian Residence

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Nov 2, 2012

Category: Living

Australia continues to blow us away with their contemporary architecture, and this time it’s presented from the design team at Jackson Clements Burrows in the Elizabeth Street Residence.

The multi level home is located in a suburb of Melbourne, Australia, and is a bit different than most of the contemporary dwellings we feature. Unlike most modern homes, this particular residence features an all brick constructed facade that offers a very unique look. Designed to accommodate a large family the design team fused the beautifully landscaped backyard and swimming pool area with the social areas by utilizing large glazed sliding doors.

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