Extraordinary rural homes in Australia and New Zealand
In recent years living in the big cities of Australia and NZ has become unaffordable to many. However, thanks to stronger transport infrastructure living in rural towns is now an attractive and viable option. Living in the Landscape explores 30 homes overlooking remote island clifftops, tucked into escarpments or seemingly dropped into the rainforest.
About the Authors
Dr Anna Johnson is a senior lecturer at the School of Architecture and Design, RMIT University. She has authored ten books across subjects such as Australian contemporary residential architecture, South-East Asian architecture and design practice research.
Dr Richard Black is a registered architect, member of the Australian Institute of Architects, and Associate Professor at RMIT University where he is head of the Bachelor of Architectural Design degree. He has co-authored several books and his architectural projects have been extensively published and exhibited.
29.2 x 23.9 x 2.8cm
Illustrated in colour throughout
Published 1st Ocotober 2016