September 2006
Travel Weekly Australia;9/22/2006, p32
Trade Publication
The article presents the column "Take a Break," which gives an individual the delights of travelling the world and seeing where people live. For the issue, it will offer the quaint English cottages, charming Parisian terraces and rudimentary Tahitian huts. It will also feature museums, temples and forts. A team of Irish architects have developed eco-friendly homes that vanishes into the ground. The bungalows can be lowered down and remain out of sight when not in use.


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