Take a look inside some of the Eurobodalla's most amazing homes

Dream home: This spectacular holiday home from Steve Andrea Architects overlooks Guerilla Bay. Photo: Rodrigo Vargas
Dream home: This spectacular holiday home from Steve Andrea Architects overlooks Guerilla Bay. Photo: Rodrigo Vargas

The Eurobodalla has long been a site of experimentation and creativity when it comes to architecture and building. Whether perched on a clifftop overlooking the crashing waves or hidden deep in the forest along a bend in the Clyde River, the landscape of the region calls for unique and playful homes.

In addition, with many residents of capital cities choosing the Eurobodalla as the location for their holiday home, houses are lightweight and expressive, showcasing the best in contemporary Australian design.

In this edition of Eurobodalla's Amazing Homes take a look inside these wonderous homes.

The region's restrictions are a source for inspiration as well. The shire's propensity to bushfires means that homes have to be designed to some of the most stringent fire ratings. In some of the area's more remote locales, architects and builders have to come up with creative solutions to living off the grid and self-sustainability.

This year's edition of Eurobodalla's Amazing Homes covers all these trends in building design and architecture. The magazine is packed with impressive dwellings that wow as well as thoughtful homes that make the most of what we have.

Whether looking for design ideas or just curious about the architectural masterpieces in our midst, this edition of Eurobodalla's Amazing Homes will leave you inspired.

Read the digital edition here: Eurobodalla's Amazing Homes.

This story Eurobodalla's Amazing Homes first appeared on Bay Post-Moruya Examiner.