Architecture & interiors
The spatial constraints of the distinctive wedge-shaped site became the formative pressure through which Chenchow Little Architects devised the Glebe House.
The Bathroom in The Bush – Kangaroo Valley Outhouse by Madeleine Blanchfield Architects
Truly immersed in the natural environment, Kangaroo Valley Outhouse by Madeleine Blanchfield Architects is a mirrored cube nestled in the bush.
Driven by an appreciation of textural materiality, Travis Walton Architecture’s Caulfield Residence is designed to around a considered and curated collection of adored fine art and objects.
The Cornerstone House references the quarries that originally occupied the area. Splinter Society plays with contrast to capture the layered and storied history of the site.
Seamlessly merging the architectural features of the historic home with contemporary design, Austin Design Associates’ Dutch Gable House is a boldly monochromatic, sophisticated renovation.
An enterprising home in North Melbourne for a retired couple downsizing, Dan Gayfer’s Melrose Terrace, a small-statured home whose functionality belies its single-fronted terrace origins.
For Chamberlain Architects, the first Ruum collection marked a radical departure from their usual practice of design. Yet with inherent challenges came the rare opportunity to explore a new approach
Designed and built by King’s Landscaping, the Jan Juc project is the result of a close collaboration between King’s Landscaping and the client.
An original Federation-era home in the Melbourne suburb of Malvern East hides a low-lying addition by Tom Robertson Architects.
Moat’s Corner is an interactive haven designed by Vibe Design Group, and features a completely customised, boundary-pushing window and doors specification by Thermeco.
JJ House sees Bokey Grant Architects maintain the modest scale of the original workers cottage and meticulously stitch together the old and the new within the existing footprint.
Scandizzo House by Kennon+ reflects architect Pete Kennon’s exploration of the relationship between architecture, memory and identity.
Sitting as its own bird-like form to the rear of a Victorian home, Retallack Thompson’s Erskineville Creature proposes a solution to the issues of inner-urban densification and housing affordability.
Palmer Street rises to meet its many challenges. Brad Swartz Architects’ respectful sensitivity to the home’s context and history creates a retrained layering of heritage and contemporary elements.
Composed as a series of courtyards and pavilions, Lake Wendouree House by John Wardle Architects pays homage to the gardens of the regional Victorian city of Ballarat.
Embracing a rare absolute beachfront location, Azura Aspendale sees an impressive collaboration between Lowe Living and Chamberlain Architects.
Architecture Architecture’s Summit House sees the renovation and addition works enact a deliberate yet playful and contextually-refreshing offering.
Envisioned as a marriage of old and new, Toorak House by Rosanna Ceravolo takes inspiration from its owners to propose a generous and robust, yet stylish renovation of a heritage-era home.
Crafted through the discerning lens of Bates Smart, Living Edge’s new Melbourne showroom is a considered, immersive and timeless space dedicated to celebrating the brand’s curated collection.
Stepping behind the Victorian façade of Sanders & King’s South Melbourne House, one discovers an interior that, inspired by the clients’ love of contemporary European design.
Embracing its location and identity within one of Melbourne’s most envied residential postcodes, Heyington Place by Carr combines refinement and elevated restraint in its approach.
Archer Office’s Camperdown Warehouse sees an artful approach to adaptive re-use result in the design of a three-bedroom residence with no internal walls.
Crosson Architects’ Kawau Island House combines the familiar with a sense of endurance and creates a place of disconnection from the hectic pace of everyday life.
Margate House embraces its site and surrounding environment. Field Labs brings a curious sensibility to the design, proposing an engineered solution that is both beautiful and sustainable.