Architecture & Interior Design Features
Using subtle and tactile materiality, this compact South Yarra apartment by Emily Gillis stretches the perceived idea of space enabling a beautifully delicate yet entirely practical sanctuary.
Built around a stunning waterfront view, Borland Architecture’s Shoreham melds the organic beauty of its farmland site with a tactile, distinctly modern touch.
Eucalypt House sees Not All Architecture carefully craft a series of interlocking spaces embedded with cross-functionality and refined through a considered rigour.
Sugi House sees Condon Scott Architects craft a comfortable and accommodating series of spaces for a small family – a welcome escape during their visits during the winter season.
The Hat Factory sees Welsh and Major Architects combine approaches to allow for an integrated flexibility and evolution over time, to adapt to the needs of its growing family.
The Lothian sees Kennedy Nolan craft a series of interlocking homes, linking back to the heritage of the area and reinterpreting the new through the lens of the old.
Pearl Beach House sees Buckwell + Partners Architects draw on Japanese design principles, integrating living elements into the core of their approach.
Hecker Residence sees Paul Hecker reimagine the latest of his own private retreats, transforming the remains of an Edwardian beauty and bringing an inimitable muted appreciation for interior layering.
Together with Luigi Rosselli Architects, Décor JMH re-sculpts Park Villa 1873 within the confines of its heritage limitations, infusing an animation through layering and purpose.
Sorrento Light House sees Wolveridge Architects take a less conventional approach in combining private and public realms, utilising the landscape as a softened edge and inciting a meandering journey.
House 15/75 sees Allied Office respond to the optimum orientation of the site, while ensuring a sense of privacy and enclosure are created for its young family.
Arthur Circus sees Circa Morris-Nunn Chua carefully work with the existing heritage elements, retaining their essence, and propose an addition that sits humbly and comfortably in place.
Saddle Club sees Rigney Scerri and Swee Design layer a series of balanced contrasts that elevate the multi-level family home, infusing a custom hotel experience together with a residential familiarity
Woolgoolga Beach House sees Levesque and Derrick Architects embed a lasting durability in proposing the removed and robust home, allowing volumes to open generously to the surrounds.
House Flower sees Berresford Architecture guide a passionate client in optimising the existing conditions and crafting an addition that realises the home’s previously unmet potential.
Northcote Terrace sees Lovell Burton Architecture work within the existing proportions and scale and reshape the urban condition to respond to the lives of a young family.
Specialising in luxury high-end residential and commercial constructions, Masco Build has cemented itself as a contemporary leader within the building industry.
Waipapa sees Strachan Group Architects simplify the approach, reducing variations in the materiality as a strengthening of form and blurring boundaries in the process.
Weave House sees Hugh-Jones Mackintosh draw from a warm and diverse palette to create a soft and calming home, filled with light and openly connected to its Sydney Harbour views.
Wendy House sees Ha Architecture combine a calming and muted palette with a softness of form and integration amongst the surrounds, ensuring the new feels intentionally conceived.
Fairweather House sees Pohio Adams draw on the home’s rich heritage and detailing to propose a befitting response that engages the entire site.
Four Ages sees Killing Matt Woods transform an existing structure with an infusion of natural light, drawing connections to the site and surrounds.
Lysterville sees Bryant Alsop Architects bring a light and open approach together with a refined rigour, evolving the previous grandeur through a contemporary lens.