This house looks like it’s been stripped and rebuilt

This week we are lucky enough to have the opportunity to see the interior design of the home we have recently bought in Adelaide’s southern suburbs.

A house designed by architect and architecturally renowned architect James Whelan, The Whelans house, is located in the suburb of Beaudesert.

The house was designed by renowned architect and urban designer James Wleszczyk.

Wleszczewski designed the house in collaboration with architectural architect Mark Walshe, who also designed the building for his clients.

In addition to the interior, the house is filled with glass panels that are made from steel and glass.

The glass panels form a sort of dome that encases the windows, so that they will not shatter.

There are many things to love about the interior of the house, especially the open spaces, but one area that the Wleszesczyk team did not consider in designing the home is the lack of a roof.

This is an architectural masterpiece.

James Wleszinski is one of the most accomplished architects in the world and his design is one that has a lot of appeal to us.

With a home designed by a renowned architect, there is a strong sense of community and harmony between the owner and the occupants.

To create a truly stunning home, it is important that the interior is clean and tidy.

However, the interior must be able to withstand the elements.

To that end, the Whelzesczes decided to keep the house as simple as possible.

For this reason, the roof was not built, but the exterior façade was.

Instead of creating a separate structure for the exterior, they built a circular facade on the inside.

This was done in such a way that the façades would appear to be stacked in one continuous wall, rather than being separated into two separate parts.

What you will notice in the house are the natural light, which shines in through the windows.

From a practical standpoint, it’s not as clean as the previous house, but it’s still beautiful.

As a result, the owner of the property is not upset with the decision to have a roof, as it gives the house a much more luxurious look.

We can’t wait to get started on the interior!

[via: ABC News]