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The Bridge House is Nestled in the Trees of Rural Austrailia


By: Rose Nazarali (Rockstar) Jan 5, 10
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The Bridge House is a small, cozy home that lives among nature in rural Australia. Nestled in the forest, the Bridge House looks as though it is made from an old train car that was used as a bridge to get from one hilltop to another.

Architect Max Pritchard created the Bridge House to be a contemporary work of art that is able to fit in with its environment in the Outback. The minimalist exterior of thin metals and small yet stable frame make this humble abode an absolute masterpiece.



Source: dornob



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