Architecture & Interior Design Features
We explore Hearth Studio and Lauren Bamford’s Slow Beam, a truly immersive visual feast, where guests can stay in West Hobart in amongst a celebrated showcase of Australian art and design.
Surrounded by history, Kingswood Residence is reinvigorated without sacrificing its storied past. Instead, an ornate ode to yesterday becomes a bungalow-style heritage home.
A collaboration between award-winning design studio Archier and leading Melbourne property developer MAB sees Preston Townhouses emerge as complementary additions to the built environment of Preston.
Mt Pisa sees Team Green Architects draw from a rural vernacular and the primary principles of shelter and retreat to propose the unique home of lasting fortitude.
Layered Terraces – Triplex Apartments by Luigi Rosselli Architects and Alwill Interiors
Triplex Apartments see Luigi Rosselli Architects and Alwill Interiors balance a sense of open and closed, welcoming a lifestyle-led approach.
Fale Marker sees RTA Studio combine the simplicity of the removed Bach vernacular together with a refined and formally identifiable structure, in both contrast and harmony to the surrounds.
Hawthorn House sees Rosstang Architects together with Fiona Jack Interiors, layer the residential home with rich and textural elements that enliven and animate the home.
Randwick Townhouses see James Garvan Architecture craft the residences as finely tuned articulations that sit upon their own weighted plinths, focused outward.
Passive House sees Team Green Architects focus on a lessened carbon footprint within a contained and challenging framework, as a respectful response to a long lineage.
Brighton House sees Adam Kane Architects carves a calmly refined and elevated home within its coastal milieu, focusing on restraint and connection.
Campbell Parade Penthouse sees Akin Atelier overlay a newly worked floor plan to allow for visual connections internally and to views beyond, while increasing the sense of flow.
Matchpoint House sees Duet and AJH+ combine to add to the existing character and charm of the heritage home, instilling an artisanal and handmade approach.
Hapua Street House sees RTA Studio reference the familiar peaked silhouette in conjuring a bold yet sensitive home, as a crisp addition to the streetscape.
Through Wattletree House, Olaver Architecture responds to the difficulties of a heritage project with great dignity, creating a new family home that is both contemporary & sympathetic to its context.
Responding to a compact site, the extension of Armadale House sees Olaver Architecture transform the pre-existing home into an amenity-rich residence.
The beating heart of the YarraBend community, Boiler House sees Glenvill Developments respectfully reimagine a 1920s heritage building.
Il Nido House sees Angelucci Architects and Karin Bochnik combine to embed texture and warmth throughout, while retaining and celebrating the existing heritage details.
Little Black Cabin sees Smith Architects both drive the design and build the resulting compact home that stands as an expression of place and fortification.
Warrandyte Residence sees Open Door Design work with Entwine Designs and an impassioned client to rework integral convening elements of the home, infusing a cohesive connectivity throughout.
Preston Lane has collaborated with James Hardie to extend on a classic Victorian terrace, using Hardie Fine Texture Cladding to create an unexpected scene in a suburban Melbourne laneway.
Stacked Assortment – The Books House by Luigi Rosselli Architects and Alwill Interiors
The Books House sees Luigi Rosselli Architects and Alwill Interiors combine textural and sweeping motions throughout to craft the unique and responsive home.
McLaren Vale Escapod sees Das Studio draw from a sense of place and open to the surrounding landscape as an open conversation with nature and the elements.