How to design your own house in a country?

If you’re looking for a unique design for a country house, you may be looking at the wrong place.

The design is the same as a country home, but with a twist: instead of a house sitting in the centre of a courtyard, the house is perched on a hill.

It’s a simple concept, but it is actually very elegant.

The architect behind the design, Andrew White, says the house “sounds like it could be anywhere”.

“The idea is that the house sits on a natural hill, with a ridge of a little bit of sand and a bit of soil on the top and a little hill, and then a ridge over the ridge,” he said.

“It would sit up high, and you wouldn’t need any roofing or a roof over the top.”

But if you are a bit more adventurous, you could design a house like this in an island, on a cliffside or even a beach.

Andrew White says it’s not a very traditional design, but he does like the idea of having a little piece of paradise in the middle of the country.

“We could have a little island in the shape of a square or a circle, and it would be surrounded by a little bay, a little harbour, a small island, a beautiful bay,” he told BBC Radio Melbourne.

“So that’s what we’re doing with this house.”

The house sits up high in a very natural way, and is surrounded by nature.

“And if you want to add a little more to the feel, the roof over it would just add another element of privacy and the feeling of a quiet place.”

Image copyright BBC News and ABC NewsImage caption The house in question sits on an island on the north shore of Penrith Island in Western AustraliaImage copyright AP/ABC NewsThe architects hope the design will inspire people to create unique homes for themselves and their loved ones.

“People are going to see a little slice of paradise and they want to be there and live in that place, and the people in the house are going a little further and they’re going to want to live in the same house,” Andrew White said.

The house was designed by the architect and architecturally sound architect and artist Andy Gwynne.

“There’s this little bit that we think could be a little less conventional and more modern and also more rural and more pastoral,” he explained.

“If you are living on the edge of a farm, or a farm with a lot of cattle, and people are coming down to the town, then that would make the whole thing a bit rural and pastoral.”

The house will be a home for about 12 people, but is set to open for occupancy in August.

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