Architecture & Interior Design Features
Boulder House sees Wyer & Co. sculpts the generous landscape of the studio’s creative director Anthony Wyer, taking cues from both local and Mediterranean sensibilities.
New York Grill sees CTRL Space take an encasing approach and, through a textural journey of materiality and tactility, create an approachable enclosure to dine and escape.
Terrace House 1 sees Dreamer Lab insert a restrained and subtle addition to the rear of a heritage home, opening up to the elements and blanketed by its own warming living native green roof.
Glebe House sees Tribe Studio Architects enliven the heritage home, embedding contemporary purpose and intercepting the journey of movement through the home, extending outward to the rear laneway.
Sunshine Beach House sees Teeland Architects propose a modern homage to the traditional Queenslander home, anchored to its site, through freshly linear gestures.
Prior sees Ritz & Ghougassian brings a signature rigour and rhythmic approach in conjuring a unique and softly muted dining experience, with an emphasis on the elemental.
Set within Sydney’s eastern suburb of Bellevue Hill, through a stately, three storey family home, Christina Markham has manifested an elegant slice of New York opulence.
Baker Street House sees Pleysier Perkins use gestures of compression and release to create intimate moments within the home, while simultaneously connecting beyond the built edge.
Conceived from a series of bold and linear gestures, Sussex House sits weighted to its site opens through clean apertures to its surrounding manicured landscape.
Moorooka House sees Maytree Studios devise a series of techniques to create a bold and propose a floating form that sits hovering over the landscape below.
Through a playfully bold approach, Penthouse II by K.P.D.O. captures the spirit and character of its owners, expressing colour and movement through the curation of treasured art and iconic furniture.
There Café sees Ewert Leaf combine crafted elements with texture and a focus on authentic materiality and details, while connecting to the site and an industrial narrative.
Three House sees John Ellway combine an operable and open approach in proposing a home that embraces its siting and aims to work with the natural elements.
Conservatory Adaptation sees Architecture Associates carefully insert supporting elements to allow an embrace of the unused and bring in meaningful life.
Smash Repair House sees Matt Elkan Architect deliberately turn inward and introspectively open the building with a focus on the experience of being within the home.
Turn House sees Rebecca Naughtin Architect pay homage to the existing and diverse layers of the combined industrial and residential area, to propose a home that fuses sensibilities of both.
Youth Lab sees Nickolas Gurtler Interior Design take cues from renowned international hospitality brands to take clients on an elevated journey.
House Woollahra sees Carla Middleton Architecture propose a light filled home connected to place through an open engagement with the surrounding gardens.
House Fit sees Panov Scott Architects draw on a progressive approach in imagining spaces that can be combined, joined and separated, all imbued with an enduring relevance.
Princes Hill House sees Atelier Wagner carefully extract and insert elements to transform the restrictive outer shell into a functioning and light filled family abode.
Nestled amid the sand dunes and grasses of Waihi Beach, Bowentown Bach by Edwards White is a dark timber-clad form that gives way to warm, embracing interiors.
Palm Tree House sees Madeleine Blanchfield Architects combine a considered and light-celebrating approach to optimise views over Sydney Harbour, while continuing the home’s past narrative.
Rose Park Residence II sees Williams Burton Leopardi emphasise refinement and proportion in proposing a home of lasting resonance.