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I like the pallete

Linear spatial organization is great for encouraging air movement in homes with large windows at the front and back.

Image 10 of 21 from gallery of Toodyay Shack / Paul Wakelam Architect - A Workshop. Photograph by Luke Carter Wilton

Gallery of Toodyay Shack / Paul Wakelam Architect - A Workshop - 10

Image 10 of 21 from gallery of Toodyay Shack / Paul Wakelam Architect - A Workshop. Photograph by Luke Carter Wilton

The main living area, on the home’s second floor, was designed with flexibility in mind; its centerpiece is a ping-pong table from Joola. Anton and Débora "hacked" several Copa convertible sofas from Serta, removing the legs so they could place the seats directly onto the elevated platform that lines the walls. They also altered Lersta floor lamps from IKEA and wall-mounted them as sconces.

Across the Ocean

As previously seen in <a href="http://www.dwell.com/outdoor/slideshow/best-modern-desert-houses">Best Modern Desert Houses</a>, Dwell invites you to take a peak at these scorching additions.

As previously seen in <a href="http://www.dwell.com/outdoor/slideshow/best-modern-desert-houses">Best Modern Desert Houses</a>, Dwell invites you to take a peak at these scorching additions.

Greece

This modern home with jaw-dropping views on the Aegean island of Skiathos uses dry-stacked slate quarried from a nearby island as a nod t.

Sliding wall panels conceal several storage spaces, including a king-size Murphy bed.

Photo 8 of 11 in Across the Ocean

Sliding wall panels conceal several storage spaces, including a king-size Murphy bed.

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The huge master bathroom includes a fully accessible walk-in shower. Photo by: Dean Kaufman

Kiku leans on the “dai koku bashira” as Mika looks on from a barstool from department store John Lewis.  Photo by: Ben Anders

Kiku leans on the “dai koku bashira” as Mika looks on from a barstool from department store John Lewis. Photo by: Ben Anders

A Plunging Roof Carves Out Space in This Park City Home Offered at $2.4M - Dwell

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Clad in shou sugi ban cedar with a sculptural roof that cuts through the home, this property in Park City, Utah, also features passive solar design and smart home technology.

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