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Under the Moonlight House in Australia, Mount Hotham, Australia
Partially camouflages in a lovely natural setting, Under the Moonlight house is a project developed by Giovanni D’Ambrosio and located in Mount Hotham, Australia. The shape of the residence is highly modern, yet its inspiration derives from its local historical background, animated by cowboys and country-men. An interesting mix of stone, glass, wood and metal was used to create a home that would shelter the owners, during summer and winter. According to the architects, “Under the Moonligh House has been designed with care in order to prevent damage to local vegetation and trees. Roof is made out of insulated metal and accomplishes with functionality of any climate“.
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Under the Moonlight House in Australia, Mount Hotham, Australia
Partially camouflages in a lovely natural setting, Under the Moonlight house is a project developed by Giovanni D’Ambrosio and located in Mount Hotham, Australia. The shape of the residence is highly modern, yet its inspiration derives from its local historical background, animated by cowboys and country-men. An interesting mix of stone, glass, wood and metal was used to create a home that would shelter the owners, during summer and winter. According to the architects, “Under the Moonligh House has been designed with care in order to prevent damage to local vegetation and trees. Roof is made out of insulated metal and accomplishes with functionality of any climate“.
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Under the Moonlight House in Australia, Mount Hotham, Australia
Partially camouflages in a lovely natural setting, Under the Moonlight house is a project developed by Giovanni D’Ambrosio and located in Mount Hotham, Australia. The shape of the residence is highly modern, yet its inspiration derives from its local historical background, animated by cowboys and country-men. An interesting mix of stone, glass, wood and metal was used to create a home that would shelter the owners, during summer and winter. According to the architects, “Under the Moonligh House has been designed with care in order to prevent damage to local vegetation and trees. Roof is made out of insulated metal and accomplishes with functionality of any climate“.
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Under the Moonlight House in Australia, Mount Hotham, Australia
Partially camouflages in a lovely natural setting, Under the Moonlight house is a project developed by Giovanni D’Ambrosio and located in Mount Hotham, Australia. The shape of the residence is highly modern, yet its inspiration derives from its local historical background, animated by cowboys and country-men. An interesting mix of stone, glass, wood and metal was used to create a home that would shelter the owners, during summer and winter. According to the architects, “Under the Moonligh House has been designed with care in order to prevent damage to local vegetation and trees. Roof is made out of insulated metal and accomplishes with functionality of any climate“.
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Under the Moonlight House in Australia, Mount Hotham, Australia
Partially camouflages in a lovely natural setting, Under the Moonlight house is a project developed by Giovanni D’Ambrosio and located in Mount Hotham, Australia. The shape of the residence is highly modern, yet its inspiration derives from its local historical background, animated by cowboys and country-men. An interesting mix of stone, glass, wood and metal was used to create a home that would shelter the owners, during summer and winter. According to the architects, “Under the Moonligh House has been designed with care in order to prevent damage to local vegetation and trees. Roof is made out of insulated metal and accomplishes with functionality of any climate“.
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Under the Moonlight House in Australia, Mount Hotham, Australia

Partially camouflages in a lovely natural setting, Under the Moonlight house is a project developed by Giovanni D’Ambrosio and located in Mount Hotham, Australia. The shape of the residence is highly modern, yet its inspiration derives from its local historical background, animated by cowboys and country-men. An interesting mix of stone, glass, wood and metal was used to create a home that would shelter the owners, during summer and winter. According to the architects, “Under the Moonligh House has been designed with care in order to prevent damage to local vegetation and trees. Roof is made out of insulated metal and accomplishes with functionality of any climate“.

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Before the first dot………….. | Yayoi Kusama’s ‘The obliteration room’ (2011)
This space has been transformed into a series of domestic—style rooms, reminiscent of the average Australian home, filled with furniture and objects painted entirely white. This functions as a blank canvas that becomes ‘obliterated’ over the course of the exhibition through the application of brightly coloured dot stickers.
This series of images shows ‘The obliteration room‘ in its pristine state before the exhibition opened, along with the application of the very first dot stickers.
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Before the first dot………….. | Yayoi Kusama’s ‘The obliteration room’ (2011)
This space has been transformed into a series of domestic—style rooms, reminiscent of the average Australian home, filled with furniture and objects painted entirely white. This functions as a blank canvas that becomes ‘obliterated’ over the course of the exhibition through the application of brightly coloured dot stickers.
This series of images shows ‘The obliteration room‘ in its pristine state before the exhibition opened, along with the application of the very first dot stickers.
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Before the first dot………….. | Yayoi Kusama’s ‘The obliteration room’ (2011)
This space has been transformed into a series of domestic—style rooms, reminiscent of the average Australian home, filled with furniture and objects painted entirely white. This functions as a blank canvas that becomes ‘obliterated’ over the course of the exhibition through the application of brightly coloured dot stickers.
This series of images shows ‘The obliteration room‘ in its pristine state before the exhibition opened, along with the application of the very first dot stickers.
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Before the first dot………….. | Yayoi Kusama’s ‘The obliteration room’ (2011)
This space has been transformed into a series of domestic—style rooms, reminiscent of the average Australian home, filled with furniture and objects painted entirely white. This functions as a blank canvas that becomes ‘obliterated’ over the course of the exhibition through the application of brightly coloured dot stickers.
This series of images shows ‘The obliteration room‘ in its pristine state before the exhibition opened, along with the application of the very first dot stickers.
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Before the first dot………….. | Yayoi Kusama’s ‘The obliteration room’ (2011)
This space has been transformed into a series of domestic—style rooms, reminiscent of the average Australian home, filled with furniture and objects painted entirely white. This functions as a blank canvas that becomes ‘obliterated’ over the course of the exhibition through the application of brightly coloured dot stickers.
This series of images shows ‘The obliteration room‘ in its pristine state before the exhibition opened, along with the application of the very first dot stickers.
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Before the first dot………….. | Yayoi Kusama’s ‘The obliteration room’ (2011)
This space has been transformed into a series of domestic—style rooms, reminiscent of the average Australian home, filled with furniture and objects painted entirely white. This functions as a blank canvas that becomes ‘obliterated’ over the course of the exhibition through the application of brightly coloured dot stickers.
This series of images shows ‘The obliteration room‘ in its pristine state before the exhibition opened, along with the application of the very first dot stickers.
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Before the first dot………….. | Yayoi Kusama’s ‘The obliteration room’ (2011)
This space has been transformed into a series of domestic—style rooms, reminiscent of the average Australian home, filled with furniture and objects painted entirely white. This functions as a blank canvas that becomes ‘obliterated’ over the course of the exhibition through the application of brightly coloured dot stickers.
This series of images shows ‘The obliteration room‘ in its pristine state before the exhibition opened, along with the application of the very first dot stickers.
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Before the first dot………….. | Yayoi Kusama’s ‘The obliteration room’ (2011)

This space has been transformed into a series of domestic—style rooms, reminiscent of the average Australian home, filled with furniture and objects painted entirely white. This functions as a blank canvas that becomes ‘obliterated’ over the course of the exhibition through the application of brightly coloured dot stickers.

This series of images shows ‘The obliteration room‘ in its pristine state before the exhibition opened, along with the application of the very first dot stickers.

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House by Federico Valsassina Arquitectura.

Submitted by itsaboutinterior

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Steel Study House II
by Archipelontwepers
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Steel Study House II
by Archipelontwepers
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Live Openly by Pitsou Kedem – Architects
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Live Openly by Pitsou Kedem – Architects
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Live Openly by Pitsou Kedem – Architects
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Live Openly by Pitsou Kedem – Architects
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Live Openly by Pitsou Kedem – Architects
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Daring Design Lesson: The “Folded” School of Engineering And Applied Sciences
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Daring Design Lesson: The “Folded” School of Engineering And Applied Sciences
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Daring Design Lesson: The “Folded” School of Engineering And Applied Sciences
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lahdelma & mahlamaki architects: museum of the history of polish jews
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lahdelma & mahlamaki architects: museum of the history of polish jews
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lahdelma & mahlamaki architects: museum of the history of polish jews
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lahdelma & mahlamaki architects: museum of the history of polish jews