Naval camouflage enlivens the bioclimatic solar-powered Southern Outlet House
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Australian architect Philip Dingemanse reclaimed a forgotten plot of land with bold and energy-efficient architecture. Dingemanse designed and built his dream house, the solar-powered Southern Outlet House, perched on a steep northeast-facing slope above a busy highway in Launceston, Tasmania. The award-winning bioclimatic home embraces its relationship with the public domain with its playful 20th century naval camouflage and truck lights.