One day, stylist
and adventurer Kara Rosenlund came across a lonely, dilapidated farmhouse. Intrigued by its beauty, Kara was inspired to photograph and celebrate Australia’s authentic rural homes and the people who inhabit them. She compiled them into a book, which she named Shelter: How Australians Live
From provincial sheep stations to calm coastal shacks and even converted shipping containers, Shelter
takes readers on a visual tour of this Great Southern Land. Each glossy, full-colour photograph will captivate and inspire readers with its raw and real subject matter and you can rest assured that every crack in the ceiling and missing paint chip has been documented.
Honest and unbridled, Shelter
, Kara Rosenlund captures authentic homes, sentimental homes and real homes within Australia – all of which have nothing to do with wealth or beauty. Each home has a unique story to tell, so it’s time you discovered them for yourself…
Shelter: How Australians Live features:
- Hardcover – 261 pages.
- Full-colour photography by Kara Rosenlund.
- Visual guide to Australian homes.
- Divided into chapters – Bridle Track, Dirt Road, Rock Shelf, Plain Lands and more.
Dimensions: 22cm (w) x 30cm (h).