Author Archives: Karl Baumann
This post contains extracts from Issue 4.4 of Grand Designs Magazine. The text reads as follows: With the vision of running a permaculture farm, Dean Lamb purchased a 16-hectare block of land that was essentially a cow paddock. But first, a sustainable home constructed … Continue reading
This project is located in the middle of a forest area in Mandurang South and is designed to take maximum advantage of the views, North orientation and the natural slope of the land. The client didn’t want stairs in his house … Continue reading
Here is an advertorial I published in Saturday’s Bendigo Advertiser. 26 August 2014. Titled: Identity & Individuality We are at a crisis point; our houses have become nothing more than plugs in a circuit board. We choose a box, plug … Continue reading
This project in Sedgwick called for a design that would take advantage of an 180 degree view stretching as far as the eye can see. Every room and space from the alfresco and pool areas outside to the study and even the … Continue reading
Haythorpe Street Elevation .