Forty-Six Square Metres of Land Doesn't Normally Become a House
This exciting collection of homes demonstrates that bigger is not necessarily better. Stuart Harrison writes about residential architecture again in Forty-six square metres doesn't normally become a house. This time exploring how the constraints of space often result in the most innovative results. With the largest house in the world and ever-increasing suburban sprawl, we need to consider building smaller and more efficient homes. By showcasing 45 examples of space-challenging housing, including (as the title suggests) a 46m squared empty car park in Surry Hills Sydney, which became a 5-storey 165m squared dwelling with a roof top garden.
Publication Date: 01-Oct-2011
Publisher: Thames & Hudson Australia Pty, Limited