Architecture & Interior Design Features
Netherby sees Neil Architecture and Megan Hounslow craft the foundations for the home’s coming chapters, bringing a sense of clarity and resonance to its storied past.
Neal and Shirley’s by DFJ Architects preserves the charm and mid-century bones of a 1957 Tweed Coast residence, whilst refreshing its capacity as a 21st century home.
Williamstown Residence sees Lucy Bock Design Studio reimagine the interior of a renovation and extension, carefully considering the geometric approach of the architect, Damian Rogers Architecture.
An abiding humility informs each considered gesture and remarkable detail of Billy Maynard’s House at Flat Rock, a home whose appointed purpose is to create a complete immersion in nature.
Bilgola Beach House sees Olson Kundig apply an attuned and detailed approach to propose a uniquely immersive residential experience.
Mid Century House sees SRAI and Alexandra Kidd Design combine to propose a home of linear expression and immersion, while ensuring an iconic sculptural approach.
Pursuing an inventive split form and minimalist tone, Fallow House is a generous family residence imbued with natural light and long views.
Harbourview House sees Studio AEM and Studio Gestalt combine to reimagine the generous family home, further elevating the interior experience and its connection to Sydney Harbour beyond.
The Sticks sees iarchitecture form a respectfully sensitive insertion in place, while carving its own unique typology, taking heed from the surrounding context.
With a sense of playfulness and feeling of familiarity, Highlands House by Other Architects sits quietly in its landscape while simultaneously embodying its own character.
Issue 07 Feature
The Future Is Now – Meraki by Base Architecture, Electronic Living and Thallon Mole Group
Distinct in its seamless integration of design and technology, Meraki is a home that revels in the potential of modern living.
Leading in innovative timber veneers, Elton Group is renowned for a curated approach to product. Founded over 70 years ago, today the company is driven by sustainability & community-minded principle.
Cut and Morph House sees Apto & Best Architects draw from an existing embedded narrative to carefully sculpt an open and connected series of volumes on site.
Located in Sydney’s prestigious Elizabeth Bay, Munro House is a premium residential development with excellent design at its very core.
Referencing linear connections between climate and place, Shaun Lockyer architects compose volumes on site that optimise the enviable siting of the home.
Imbued with memory and personal significance yet without sentimentality or artifice, Arcadia by Architecture Architecture explores the idea of home at its most poignant.
Proposing a fanciful interplay between light and space, Gabled House by Clayton Orszaczky sees a familiar silhouette take on a dynamic form.
The Shearers Quarters and Captain Kelly’s Cottage by John Wardle Architects embody the intersection of both Waterview’s layers of history and its contemporary evolution.
Fitzroy House sees Pierce Widera use a light and open approach, drawing on modernist influences to propose a home of considered cohesion.
Finely crafted as a series of intimate internal gestures, Brunswick House by Placement sees the recasting of its next chapter through a veil of restraint and considered warmth.
St Huberts sees Robson Rak reinstate the home’s original intended grandeur, focusing on connection and craft whilst embedding highly functional and innovative elements throughout.
Carlton North Residence sees Travis Walton Architecture shift the focus of the home and movement throughout to align with an open connectedness and create a dialogue between the natural and the built.
Courtyard House by Ha Architecture is a transformational addition to an established bungalow driven by a reverence for Japanese architecture.
Palladiana Party sees the combining of architecture by Powell and Glenn together with interior design by Sally Caroline as a playful integration of colour and form, connecting past and present.