Architecture Australia

Postcard from Australia – A House in Armidale

Armidale on the New England Tableland, is a lovely university town of 20,000 people where constructions cannot be more than 2 stories high (ground + 2). This is a newly constructed house in a beautiful wooded setting that blends in perfectly with the rest of the local architecture.
Armidale, qui se trouve sur le plâteau de New England, à l’ouest de Sydney, est une jolie petite ville universitaire de 20,000 personnes où les constructions ne peuvent pas dépasser deux étages. Cette maison de construction récente dans un bel environnement boisé se marie parfaitemnet avec l’architecture locale.

3 replies on “Postcard from Australia – A House in Armidale”

Armidale is nice. I like the way that house has been settled into its landscape and I like the cinnamon brown colour of the wood. I once spent a very happy weekend at the University there doing an indigo dyeing course. In fact, now that I think about it, I was offered a place at Armidale Uni to do journalism when I left school, but I turned it down to do something somewhere else.

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