Architecture & Interior Design Features
Harbord Hotel by Alexander &CO. balances its roles as historic landmark and contemporary local pub with design choices that articulate an undeniable sense of place.
Darlington Terrace sees Aileen Sage propose a considered intervention that extends the original terrace home deep into the existing site, split over two levels to add complexity and depth.
Seen Skin sees Golden utilise a reductionist approach in distilling the spaces down to elemental gestures founded on connection and propose a holistic approach to healing.
Aesop Paddington sees Clare Cousins Architects create an inviting and immersive experience aimed to stir memories of pleasant nostalgia and a sense of identity through place.
Fox Johnston and Alwill Interiors combine to instil Bay View House with an understated luxury and an emphasis on detail, refinement and an open connection between the inside and out.
Contemporary Minimalism Meets Old-WorldCharm – The Art Studio by Amiconi Architect and Watts Studio
The Art Studio at Spray Farm sees Amiconi Architect and Watts Studio elegantly realise the client’s aspirations with a multipurpose built formin which to indulge, focus and escape.
Stoney Rise Wine sees Culumus Studios take reference from the rural surrounds in framing and transitioning the shelter space as an expression of place and purpose.
Myers Ellyett intertwines the existing timber cottage with an embracing extension that utilises the full potential of the site, crafting Graya House as a place of retreat.
Mollie sees MPD Architects work closely with Newmark Construction to ensure the intended limitations of their conceived approach could be realised with refinement.
Rain Curtain House by Room11 is a deeply reclusive series of retreat spaces, which through a considered layering are enriched through details and craft.
JR House sees Architects Ink combine a crisp and rhythmic contemporary approach, while carving into its rectilinear volume to allow a connection between the built and the natural.
Clark House sees SJB approach the extension and renovation works through a respectful heritage lens, allowing the significant home to be enhanced through an opening and softening approach.
St Kilda House sees Melanie Beynon Architecture and Design propose a monochromatic and time-wearing approach that creates a crisp transition between the historical references and a modern relevance.
Brighton Boulevard sees Richards Stanisich take reference from the surrounding context and manifest through colour an innate sense of character.
ADesignStudio’s light installation in BarLume is a considered constellation. Rows of suspended bulbs hang above patrons creating a luminous sky and a warm wash of even glow.
Buckletons Bach sees RTA Studio combine a naturally led and elemental approach in crafting an occasional home set to endure for years to come.
Northcote III sees Project 12 Architecture utilise a modest approach with restrained connections and materiality that allowed a feasible expansion within measured means.
Carthona House sees Daniel Boddam Studio combines elements of the artisanal and handmade to propose a series of spaces that breathe and bridge time.
Armitage Jones sees Bergman and Co bring elements that encourage gathering and incidental meetings together with focused and retreat spaces to match an agile and ever-changing workforce.
Earl Street sees Bloxas propose a concealed and private open space that playfully engages with its laneway locale, sitting behind an opaque glowing veil.
Lockleys House sees Architects Ink dissect the site into four main gestures that fulfil a multi-layered brief, restoring and embedding a lost narrative to the site.
Birch Park sees Matter Architects propose a robust and textural multi-generational home that embraces its siting and expresses its connection with the natural environment.