Architecture & Interior Design Features
Dulwich Hill House sees Benn and Penna extend the previous life of this Sydney home through a playful recreation of parts, encouraging natural light inward.
Rose Street sees Eastop Architects explore the concepts and conditions of quality living, reimagining a compact workers cottage in Fitzroy as an elevated reprise connected to its garden aspect.
A recent kitchen renovation by Cheshire Architects is a seamless insertion into Ron Sang’s iconic Brake House thatdeftly continues the language of the original.
The Cardrona Hut sees RTA Studio combine a reference to the surrounding context to conjure an occasional home that reflects a localised vernacular.
Elm Tree Place sees Eastop Architects combine a layered approach, engaging light, transparency and reflectivity to entrust a richness to the residential experience.
Balmain Semi House sees CO-AP layer in considered and refined elements and create meaningful connections to curated landscaped elements.
Caroline Street Rooftop Apartment sees Pandolfini Architects respond to the context of the building it sits atop through a formally reactive approach, offering a balance to its predecessor.
Erskine House sees Kennedy Nolan combine the essence of the existing home’s many iterations together with its own identifiable sense of spirit and personality to create a unique playful identity.
Blair Smith Architecture has deliberately combined elements of the traditional lean-to with thoughtful detailing and enduring materiality to create a contextually appropriate addition to a Victorian.
Behind a veiled façade, Shutter House unfolds as a vibrant contemporary home that balances a sense of privacy and protection with a visual connection to the views beyond.
Thornbury Residence sees Pierce Widera combine a muted approach with a contemporary relevance to create a home of anticipated longevity, extending the home’s narrative.
Rufus Knight’s work today demonstrates the power of that original intuitive impulse that sought to explore and create connections throughout the spectrum of creative modalities.
Living Outside – Reviving the Australian Modernist Garden by Sharon Mackay and Diana Snape
Living Outside sees landscape architects and frequent collaborators Sharon Mackay and Diana Snape take on a new medium, publishing a beautiful collection of contemporary gardens.
The home of architects Ingrid Richards and Adrian Spence, La Scalais a building that challenges assumptions and tells the story of an ambitious vision for its site.
Prospect Terrace sees The Artificial carefully navigate a challenging site and its contingent restraints to propose a home that responds intuitively and offers a low impact and uniquely indefinable
Rosedale House by Cera Stribley Architecture and Interior Design exudes a purity of exacting geometric form balanced by tactile natural materials and bold artworks.
Extending and altering an existing bungalow, House of Billie by Georgie Shepherd Interior Designis the fusing of eras and a clever play on space, efficiency and select materiality.
Shannon McGrath is a renowned name within the architecture and design community. Her intuitive work evokes a sense ofbalance and calm, beautifully capturing light, space and form.
Las Palmas sees Tim Ditchfield Architecture combine the principles that underpin the Modernist movement, through the lens of context and the contemporary lived condition.
Mosman sees Mathieson Architects and Jack Freeman combine a detailed and restrained approach to express a calm and curated abode surrounded by lush vegetation.