Forty-six Square Metres of Land Doesn't Normally Become a House: Maximising Living Space Australia and New Zealand

Author(s): Stuart Harrison

australian architecture | Thames & Hudson | residential

Stuart Harrison writes about residential architecture again, this time exploring how the constraints of space often have the most innovative results. With the largest houses in the world and ever-increasing suburban sprawl, we need to consider building smaller and more efficient homes. By showcasing 45 examples of space-challenging housing, including (as the title suggests) a 46 sq m empty car park in Surry Hills, Sydney, which became a 5-storey 165 sq m dwelling with a roof top garden. This exciting collection of homes demonstrates that bigger is not necessarily better.

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  • : 9780500500293
  • : Thames & Hudson
  • : Thames & Hudson
  • : November 2010
  • : October 2011
  • : July 2016
  • : books

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  • : Stuart Harrison
  • : Hardback
  • : 1011
  • : 272