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Issue No. 9 features new work from Wellard Architects, Clare Cousins Architects, Herbst Architects, studio gram, Workroom, Neil Architecture, Prior Barraclough, TRIAS, Renato D'Ettorre Architects and many more, Issue No. 9 of The Local Project also includes a retrospective on Coromandel Bach by Crosson Architects – a 20-year-old experimental holiday retreat for architect Ken Crosson and his family.

Profiles on Hannah Tribe of Tribe Architects, artist Helen Redmond, Stevens Lawson Architects and others are also featured here.

The Commercial Project and The Local Marketplace round out the Issue No. 9 trio. The Commercial Project comprises over 170 pages of project features, profile features, discussion pieces, product features and spotlights with a focus on commercial architecture and design. The Local Marketplace represents a curated selection of design – from furniture to lighting, rugs to fireplaces – representing the breadth and quality of local design in the region.
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Issue No. 9 features new work from Wellard Architects, Clare Cousins Architects, Herbst Architects, studio gram, Workroom, Neil Architecture, Prior Barraclough, TRIAS, Renato D'Ettorre Architects and many more, Issue No. 9 of The Local Project also includes a retrospective on Coromandel Bach by Crosson Architects – a 20-year-old experimental holiday retreat for architect Ken Crosson and his family. Profiles on Hannah Tribe of Tribe Architects, artist Helen Redmond, Stevens Lawson Architects and others are also featured here.
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Issue No. 8 features new work from James Stockwell Architect, Eldridge Anderson Architects, Oli Booth Architecture, MRTN Architects, Tanner Architects, Alwill, Georgina Jeffries and many more. This issue includes a retrospective on N House by Partners Hill. Constructed in 2002, N House exemplifies the principles behind the work of one of Australia’s most esteemed architects. Profiles on Fearon Hay, Broached Recall, Scott Burchell of COMB Construction, Tamsin Johnson and many others are also featured here.
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Issue No. 7 features 18 projects, including new work from Architecture Architecture, Jack McKinney Architects, Shaun Lockyer Architects, Ha Architecture, Workroom, Other Architects, Placement, Tecture, Christopher Elliott Design and more. Older projects from Edition Office, Woods Bagot and John Wardle Architects are also featured. This issue includes profiles of stylist Megan Morton, artist Stanislava Pinchuk, architect Fiona Dunin of FMD Architects, and many others.
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A Series of Apertures – Light Scoop House by Molecule Studio
Light Scoop House in Brighton by Molecule Studio features tapered ceilings and scooped elements which allow for natural light and connection to the outdoors.
Light Scoop House in Brighton by Molecule Studio features tapered ceilings and scooped elements which allow for natural light and connection to the outdoors.
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