Margaret River style
Fremantle Arts Centre Press, 1999 - Architecture - 143 pages
Stunning landscapes with a rugged coastline, an internationally acclaimed wine industry, a vibrant arts and crafts scene, all help to make Western Australia's Margaret River region one of the best known and most popular areas in the country. This book is a testament to the wonderful eclectic architectural styles of the region. The color photos in this book show a wide range of building styles including rammed earth and stone walls, straw bale and local jarrah wood exteriors, set in beautiful surroundings. Hand painted ceilings, homemade furniture and local ceramic interiors combine with the exteriors to form a unique style that makes this famous corner of Australia so special to locals and visitors alike.
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