Architecture & Interior Design Features
Celebrating and Championing Heritage – Darling Point Art Deco by Handelsmann and Khaw
Darling Point Art Deco sees Handelsmann and Khaw combine a considered and contextually appropriate approach to transform key support spaces into the gathering heart of the home.
Brighton East House by InForm is a double-story home created to allow its inhabitants, a family of six, places of connection as well as spaces for each to retreat.
Budge Over Dover is the result of YSG Studio’s curatorial approach, bringing together materials, forms, objects of interest and curious gestures to propose a home bursting with personality.
Breathe Architecture’s Warehouse Greenhouse challenges the typical residential vernacular, doing more with less to create a balance with the natural world and combining sustainable principles.
The Flinders House sees Sally Draper Architects combine an appreciation for context and an understanding of materiality and restraint, to propose a secluded retreat.
Cremorne Point Apartment sees Studioplusthree combine measured restraint with a classical approach to form-making to create a home that is cohesive, considered and connected as an enviable outpost.
The revival and transformation of a 1990s home, Queens Park House sees Atelier ADU work within the structural confinements of the building to create space, flow, and light.
Carlton Apartment sees Tom Eckersley Architects combine a focused restraint with a contemporary minimalism to complete a challenging build during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Emerging from the banks of Lake Derby in Tasmania, Floating Sauna by Licht Architecture is a composition of two shed-like pavilions floating on a pontoon.
Behind the modest walls of heritage façade, Concrete Blonde reveals an earth and natural toned interior bathed in light, in which Carter Williamson celebrates the robust nature and texture of concrete
Tama House sees Carla Middleton Architecture conjure a privately-focused home, filled with light that is reflective of its context and which embraces its coastal milieu.
Imagined as a place to celebrate and integrate with the natural landscape, Tree House by Matt Elkan Architect immerses itself in its bushland setting with a sense of bold conviction and clarity.
Danny’s House sees Lockyer Architects combine two separate time periods, taking cues from surrounding typologies and allowing the natural to infiltrate the built.
Long House sees Clare Cousins has imagined a home that both sustainably performs and combines refinement and sensitivity within its contemporary comprising parts.
Hillside House by Tecture sees a relatively closed front façade gives way to an open, light-filled family home, designed for a growing young family.
Sorrento Beach House by Pandolfini embraces the simplicity of the traditional holiday home, capturing the essence of summers spent on the beach and by the pool.
Juniper House by Dylan Farrell Design represents the culmination of an ambitious project the clients sought to have completed in just three months.
With a strong commitment to progressive urban design and appreciation, Milieu Property’s latest development, Brunswick East, sets out to cultivate a strong, vibrant community.
Crane in the Sky sees YSG Studio transform a bland, soulless penthouse apartment in Sydney’s Walsh Bay into a treasure-trove of texture, pattern and colour.
Created for a family of four with a strong appreciation for design, Caulfield North by InForm is a unique sculptural solution to a challenging narrow site.
Bivvy House sees Vaughn McQuarrie combine a inimitable robustness with an enveloping understanding of the surrounding context and contours.
With Brighton Luxe, Carr combines the highly crafted with a refined minimalism, destined to endure the tests of time and honour the rituals of daily life.
With an honesty in materiality and playful engagement with natural light, Deco House by Mihaly Slocombe Architects unites a calming sense of retreat with art deco references.