Architecture & Interior Design Features
Lasting Resonance – Great Ocean Road Residence by Rob Mills Architecture & Interiors
Great Ocean Road Residence sees Rob Mills Architecture & Interiors delicately weave the formal response to the site with a considered and detailed u, proposing a coastal home of lasting resonance.
Collector House sees Arent & Pyke bring a contrasting boldness and warmth together, emboldening each of the spaces with their own uniqueness, while being collectively focussed on an outward connection
Kensington House sees Fowler and Ward utilise a studied approach to efficiently and effectively conjure a new home for its residents.
Rathdowne Street House sees Robert Simeoni Architects bring a cleverly compact and articulated planning approach together with measured restraint to create a modern and robust home of resilience.
Bronte House sees Tobias Partners dissect the whole and propose a series of stepped elements that comprise the home, offering meaningful connections to outdoor spaces.
Coastal Semi sees Jason Gibney Design Workshop carefully integrates the inside and outside elements with a restrained and effortless palette, conjuring a calm and restorative home.
Cheshire Architects combine textural and soft elements together within the rectangular form of the home to enhance its natural setting, immersing Fielding House in its surroundings.
Villa Amor sees Arent & Pyke balance between delicately weaving the new with the old and transforming a formally rigid home to align with a contemporary vision.
Seymour Ave is an extension of a house in Melbourne’s Armadale by Tom Robertson Architects that features a monochromatic minimalism with a quintessentially Melbourne feel.
Tuscan Blue sees Sally Caroline take referential cues from the home’s existing context and backdrop charmed by familiar elements and moments of discovery.
Coastal Pavilion sees Mim Design takes heeded influence from the mid-century masters to conjure a timeless and enduring home from a place of authenticity.
Kardella Street Residence sees Studiofour combine a knowing restraint together with an astute understanding of spatial relationships to carve a unique residential experience.
Featuring dedicated spaces for adults and children alike, the Pacific House is a residential exercise in splitting up and coming back together to create a cohesive yet carefully zoned home.
Armadale Residence sees Chris Connell Design focus on functionality at the core of the design, allowing for interpretation and use to drive the many faces it takes on over time.
Castlecrag House sees Polly Harbison Design bring a sense of clarity and purpose to a confused home of grand proportions, distilling spatially sense of clarity through a natural flow and connection.
Harbourview House sees Penman Brown layer richness and texture, while connecting to a contemporary sensibility and imbedded luxury.
Seaforth Harbour View sees Georgina Wilson Architect combine European sensibilities with a textured and casual approach to create a seamless and embracing abode.
A lush site in Sydney is complemented by thoughtful, modern architecture that communicates with both its sloping site and native vegetation through organic material choices, skylight voids.
Flinders sees Workroom work closely with their engaged client, who shares insights into their growing love affair with their home over ten years after its completion.
A refined inner-city sanctuary in Toorak by Skulptur Architecture and Interiors, Toorak Town Residence makes the most of a tight urban site.
Crafting a contemporary language based on the proportions and principles of the neoclassicist style underpinning the original villa, Keshaw McArthur unites old & new through restraint and simplicity.
Designed in collaboration between Melanie Beynon and Megan Hounslow, St Kilda East is a contemporary home with its existing Spanish Mission stylings preserved intact.
Coleridge sees Nick Bell Architects bring a sense of cohesion to the old and the new, offering a playful engagement with the existing roofline angles and silhouette overhead.