Australia, Oceania and Pacific Rim

Berman House is a wilderness house built at the crest of a rugged escarpment against a rock platform and overlooking a winding river. Following the rocky plateau, the house is arranged on two levels, with a glazed living room below a bedroom wing, and a suspended roof structure and balcony ...

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