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We all used to have them in our enclosed verandahs years ago, then we change to sliders or casement windows and now we have returned to the good old louvre, in time everything seems to do a full circle #windows


I don't know which of these two houses by South Melbourne-based Wellard Architects I like bette...

from Lunchbox Architect

This Addition Was Architect's Gift for His Daughter's 13th Birthday

The bathroom at Bonita Room alterations and additions is simple and refined. Love the narrow louvres to let breezes in.


himalayan sandstone, bifold doors and kitchen servery window, highlight louvre windows over bifolds. Timber floor inside, stone paving outside. Built in window seat next to dining table. Planter box along stairs. Small plants at base of retaining wall by robindu

from Skipperwood Home

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These shutters would look great in our bedroom to give privacy in the day without having to shut the curtains. More

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from Modern Interior Design & Furniture - Decoist

Timber House, An Arresting Beauty

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Light and air A long hallway connects the two parts of the house. Here, louvred windows from Stockwells Joinery keep the area well ventilated. The stair treads are made from recycled timber from Ironwood. ECO TIP Louvred windows are great for passive cooling. Up high, they let hot air out while down low they let cool air in. To keep warm in winter, make sure they seal properly to keep out draughts.