The dreamweaver is an innovative design project that’s trying to change the way people think about how their home should look.

The idea is to create a simple, minimalist design for the house and then help people decide what they want from it.

The project is funded through a crowdsourced crowdfunding campaign and its aiming to have the house finished by September.

The dreamweavers project was born in 2013 by a group of design students from the Melbourne University of Technology.

In a nutshell, the dreamweaving design process involves making a series of prototypes that are then compared against each other.

The team then tries to find a balance between simplicity and functionality.

The dreamwaver team believes it can be used as a way to help people make informed decisions about their home.

“The project is about using design as a tool for change,” project manager and design student Mark Ralston said.

They say the dreamwaves current focus is on making the dreamhouse more accessible to the community and that they want to work with as many people as possible to make it happen.

“The goal of the project is to inspire a culture of design and design as art, rather than a status quo of being the dominant design form in the design community,” Mr Ralstone said.

“Design is a tool that can inspire us to live a life that is more meaningful and meaningful for people.”

The project’s been supported by the Federal Government and local governments across Australia.

It has been featured in ABC News’ design show and is now the most funded dreamweave design project on the web.

The team have created a simple design using a flat design template.

Their project aims to be an innovative way of thinking about how we design our homes and are trying to build a community around the dream weaver.

The design is currently on view at the University of Melbourne’s Design Studio.

For more information, visit their website.

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