Architecture & Interior Design Features
RL House sees Mark Szczerbicki Design Studio combine gestures of compression and release to navigate the journey through the home, and across thresholds into curated outdoor settings.
Honouring the traditions of prestige, architectural splendour and botanical beauty exemplified by Larnook Mansion, Lowe Living’s Larnook Armadale is a series of 11 luxuriously.
Paying reverence to the three-storey Victorian terrace’s quirky composition, South Melbourne House by Honto Architecture is a delightful demonstration of strapping reinvention.
House with a Hole sees Aileen Sage draw on the surrounding vernacular, proposing a home that connects with the familiar and injects the unexpected through its own unique lens.
A Modern Iteration – Elsternwick House by Field Office Architecture and Winter Architecture
Elsternwick House by Fieldwork Architects and Winter Architecture combine forces to propose a home that embodies connection and light, while respecting the traditional contextual proportions.
Continuing Relevance – Albert Park Terrace by Luke Fry Architecture and Interior Design
Albert Park Terrace sees Luke Fry Architecture and Interior Design embed a muted and calming palette to ensure a continued relevance and connection to its owners.
Three Rooms Sydney sees Sarah Ellison Studio alongside Cult Design and MCM House fully encase the interior of a heritage apartment, creating an immersive experience.
Bowden Houses sees Belinda George Architects in association with Mandeno Design Ltd. combine a textural and natural approach, to imbed a sense of warmth and enclosure.
Gunnamatta House sees Jorge Hrdina Architects together with Akin Atelier craft a contemporary home, that fuses a European approach with the familiar Australian open and connected family home.
Bianco House sees Ha Architecture take cues from the previously established white-on-white palette to propose a home of lightness and refinement, articulated through a crafted approach.
Paddington House sees Porebski Architects carefully navigate challenges on site to open and illuminate the tightly packed terrace, creating a light-filled and series of connected rooms in the process.
A Restful Resolve – Hill to Horizon by Lloyd Hartley Architects and Studio Brick Architects
Hill to Horizon sees Lloyd Hartley Architects and Studio Brick Architects create a grounded and warm internal enclave through a richly considered materiality.
Glebe Point sees JCA Architects and Décor JMH conjure a richly coloured palette that reimagines the home after a flood, bringing back welcomed life and light.
Cascade House sees Core Collective curate a series of views and create a warm, encasing home of sustainable means, heavily anchored to its site.
Hopetoun Road sees Kestie Lane Studio, together with architecture by BG Architecture, propose two dwellings that intercept on site, devised with their own subtleties and uniqueness.
Refined Restraint – East Melbourne Residence by Nicholas Murray Architects, Studio Apercu and Simone Haag
East Melbourne Residence sees Nicholas Murray Architects, Studio Apercu and Simone Haag combine to inject a refined restraint, elevated through detailed rigour.
Pacifico House sees Jase Sullivan and Paul Uhlmann Architects work closely with their impassioned clients to create a meaningful connection and a lasting, unique home.
Collaroy House sees TRD Studio bring organic shapes together with a linear approach to conjure a family home able to transform as needed, while remaining robust and enduring.
Mona Lane Apartments sees Harley Graham Architects, together with interiors by Louise Walsh, propose a multi-tiered home that reaches out to the riverbank, with clear uninterrupted visual access.
Brighton Garden House sees Wellard Architects draw on the existing proportions of the home to extend in a controlled and rhythmic manner, openly embracing the rear landscape space.
Oliver Lane sees O’Connor and Houle sensitively weave in a new purpose to a previous heritage space, allowing its lineage to be revealed and the next chapter to unfold alongside the building’s past.
House Under Eaves sees MRTN Architects draw on the natural patina and ageing of timber to enhance the feeling of immersion, while proposing a vernacular of its own.
A Refined Realignment – Cremorne Point House by Corben Architects and Hare and Klein
Cremorne Point House sees Corben Architects and Hare and Klein expand and refine the generous home through the injection of warmth and an elevation of refinement.