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The Featherston House in Ivanhoe, Melbourne, designed by Robin Boyd in 1967 featured in a new Thames & Hudson book ‘Indoor Green: Living with Plants’. Written by Bree Claffey. Photography by Lauren...

The Featherston House in Ivanhoe, Melbourne, designed by Robin Boyd in 1967 featured in a new Thames & Hudson book ‘Indoor Green: Living with Plants’. Written by Bree Claffey. Photography by Lauren Bamford.

// The Featherston House in Ivanhoe, Melbourne, designed by Robin Boyd in 1967 featured in a new Thames & Hudson book ‘Indoor Green: Living with Plants’. Written by Bree Claffey. Photography by Lauren Bamford.

// The Featherston House in Ivanhoe, Melbourne, designed by Robin Boyd in 1967 featured in a new Thames & Hudson book ‘Indoor Green: Living with Plants’. Written by Bree Claffey. Photography by Lauren Bamford.

WHO: Early Majority WHAT:Sustainable architecture  WHY: Sustainable and ethical lifestyle  <p>Robin Boyd was the king of Modernism in architecture in Melbourne from the 1950’s – 1970’s. The revolutionary homes he designed for artists, designers, and ordinary families alike

Modernism in Architecture and the Intervention of Nature

The Featherston House in Ivanhoe, Melbourne, designed by Robin Boyd in 1967 featured in a new Thames & Hudson book ‘Indoor Green: Living with Plants’. Written by Bree Claffey.

The Featherston House   The Featherston House in Ivanhoe, Melbourne, designed by Robin Boyd in 1967  featured in a new Thames & Hudson book ‘Indoor Green: Living with Plants’.  Written by Bree Claffey. Photography by Lauren Bamford.  Source: Room on Fire Photography: Lauren Bamford

Aug 5 Homes: The Featherston House by Robin Boyd

Designed in 1953 by Robin Boyd for Victor and Peggy Stone, this modest home in Melbourne’s Eaglemont reflected the progressive attitudes of its owners.

Designed in 1953 by Robin Boyd for Victor and Peggy Stone, this modest home in Melbourne’s Eaglemont reflected the progressive attitudes of its owners.

Lang-Architecture=Hudson-Woods-20

Eco-Friendly Home in the Catskills

The master bathroom features a cedar screen and quartzite tiles by Walker Zanger. Photo by: Deborah DeGraffenreid I really like the cedar screen.

Gorgeous! I want a room covered in plants but I'm pretty sure I have the black thumb of death. I could never keep them all alive and then the room would become the most depressing ugly room in the house.

An entry from Emilialua

Indoor garden i love it. This is how I would Like my house to be.love it but in my house they would need to be fake plants leaves ect. thinking of starting this project in my living room garden ridge here i come!

Spring cleaning: Decor items to ditch this season

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