Making the Most of Small Spaces

Making the Most of Small Spaces

By (author) Stephen Crafti


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  • Written by an expert in the field
  • Features exceptional photographs by some of Australia's top photographers
  • Showcases designs by the leading architects in Australia
  • Glorious colour reproductions
Full Description

This book visits a number of extraordinary homes, from the apartment to the townhouse. Those settled in the suburban house on the quarter acre block will be intrigued by the smaller spaces emerging in our cities. From lofts nestled into warehouse spaces to the townhouses hidden in lane-ways, the localities as intriguing as the spaces themselves. With a move to smaller and more flexible spaces, architects and designers are pushing the parameters of available space. Stephen Crafti is a well-known author and journalist and this is his third book for the Images Publishing Group. This publication also features some of Australia’s top photographers, including Max Dupain and John Gollings, and showcases some brilliant designs by architects such as Form Follows Function, Neometro and Stanic Harding Architecture + Interiors.

About the Author
Stephen Crafti lives in Melbourne, Australia. He trained as a town planner but was seduced by the field of architecture and design after conducting extensive research on his post-war modernist home. He now works as a freelance writer and has been published extensively in magazines and newspapers, both locally and internationally.
The Images Publishing Group
1st Aug 2002
210 mm x 210 mm
176 Pages
330 color, 75 b&w
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