Architecture & Interior Design Features
Kenley Court sees Rob Mills Architecture and Interiors utilise formality and highly crafted details in conjuring a home that resonates strongly with its occupants.
Cumulus House sees Chris Connell Design combine a minimalist restraint together with a refined openness in creating an occasional home that embraces its views along the Great Ocean Road.
The Stables sees Sanders and King adopt a restorative approach, bringing a contemporary relevance and purpose to the project that is interpreted through a more casual lens.
Bower Street sees One Four Interiors combine with Housed Architects in capturing enviable ocean views and creating a flexible and multi-faceted family home.
Boneo Country House sees John Wardle Architects use bold open volumes to create a calming sanctuary internally, surrounded by an immersive and serene landscape.
Getaway House sees Studio John Irving combine a coastal approach with the refinement of a residential home in an urban context and create a home of familiar gabled forms in the landscape.
Reinstating the grandeur of the original building, Dita Studio’s mature and refined approach creates a timeless yet contemporary home that emphasises craft.
Sunrise Beach Shack sees Frank Macchia embrace an honest and texturally deep approach to materiality, in envisioning the coastal abode as an immersive experience of shelter.
Brunswick Apartment sees Murray Barker and Esther Stewart fuse a celebration of the original proportions and detailing of the apartment together with a nuanced and contemporary brief.
Hollow Tree House sees Core Collective Architects collaborate with a close team of dedicated craftspeople, trades and makers to respectfully reimagine a significant Georgian home.
Sera Brighton is the latest and most anticipated project by Lowe Living. Sera Brighton features architecture from Warren and Mahoney and landscape architecture by Jack Merlo.
A Curation of Apertures – Aria Apartment by Julia English Architects and McGregor Westlake
Aria Apartment sees Julia English Architects and McGregor Westlake combine to create a warm and textural enclave with views of some of Sydney’s most iconic offerings.
The Auburn sees Splinter Society combine the raw and textural with the sleek and crisp through refined detailing and an astute connection to place.
Framing striking vistas to the surrounding landscape and bay, Mosman House by BKH harnesses a crisp, contemporary language for luxury living.
Stafford Architecture’s Three Palms is a multi-generational home of discrete luxury, a place of elegance, belonging and, above all, privacy.
Camping Ground Mudgee sees Casey Brown Architecture propose an intriguing permanent vernacular in place of a temporary camping shelter.
Alvie Cottage sees Adam Dettrick Architects combine a robust and textural approach in conjuring this rural retreat, encouraging patina as a conversation with time.
Slipway House sees Arent & Pyke create a series of spaces that speak to a social home, where entertaining and living convene with ease.
V Beach House sees Studio John Irving draw from the site’s terrain and environmental cues, to propose a home that engages committedly with its site and opens up as an embrace of the ocean.
An interwar Malvern East home is given a two-storey rear addition, set apart from the home’s historic vernacular through a skylight void, enclosed inner garden and careful approach to materiality.
Huntingtower Road sees Jolson combine discretion and classical proportions in proposing a series of elite residences that are both highly curated and refined.
Ian Bennett Design Studio brings light into the centre of Lightwells House in a design that sits in harmony with its neighbours on Sydney’s Northern Beaches.