So, what am I looking at here?

Is it…architecture? By Alasdair. Augusta. Home of the Hepcat. Possibly literally. I raise my cup to whatever these are.


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27 Responses to So, what am I looking at here?

  1. Rong1 says:

    But, it feels like living in a caravan


  2. Dame Shazza says:

    They are fantastic.


  3. juantrak says:

    He really wanted a catamaran houseboat – but do you know how much big outboards, a marine survey, and marine insurance cost?? So this is the next best thing he could afford.


  4. Elite homes , you create the design brief, even better, we all sit around in our briefs and discuss design.Et voila “The Dueling Baravans”.

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  5. These are on the bleak coast of Flinders Bay, not in the vibrant Colour Patch precinct.


  6. vegan says:

    prefabricated holiday home, inspired by the local vernacular architecture and marine technology.

    designed by andrew boyne, architect.

    i very much like it.


  7. PeteF says:

    Augusta has always seemed like the town that everyone forgot. Although that might be because I haven’t been down there for 15 years, apparently I forgot it as well.

    I’d like to see the plan view. Anyone got nearmaps and can use snip tool?


  8. Rolly says:

    Look good to me.
    Beached houseboats full of nostalgia and mementos.
    There aren’t too many old smugglers’ cottages for the ghosts of sea-going captains to haunt in that part of the world, either.
    Far too post GFC for Baravans.


  9. Bento says:

    Totally not Worst.


  10. juantrak says:

    There’s still adequate room for installing the tracks yet.
    That’s for when they need to relocate, due to relentless encroaching urbanisation.


  11. Dylan H. says:

    Beach shack/student services


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