Architecture & Interior Design Features
House Frances sees Those Architects propose a series of openly connected and linear gestures that align with a northern aspect for optimised passivity and reduced reliance on energy.
Lawler Residence by Andrew Donaldson acknowledges and respects the apartment’s past narrative while responding to the clients’ contemporary brief with a carefully crafted resolve.
Scotia House sees Myers Ellyett open the building outward and allow natural, flowing connections throughout while respecting the original timber home vernacular.
Heron House sees Wolveridge Architects express a curated opennessthat welcome in key elements of the outdoors as key to the internal lived experience.
Lilian sees CTRL Space utilise the warming and familiar tones or darkened timber and softly rendered plaster walls to create a series of spaces to convene, gather, be fed and tackle a tipple or two.
Bondi House sees Fox Johnston ground the new insertion to its site through a layering of warmth and an interplay on weighted materiality and openness, embracing the natural.
Fielding House sees Cheshire Architects’ founding principal Pip Cheshire, speaks to the journey from initial sketch to completion, inspirations and responding to site.
Imagined as a place to both dwell and entertain, Courtyard House by K.P.D.O. centres around its prized outdoor space and encourages a natural movement beyond the building edge.
Garden House sees Austin Maynard Architects navigate a narrow allotment in Melbourne to propose a cleverly functioning forever home that produces more energy than it uses.
Chloe sees Templeton Architecture extend the dialogue between building and site, stretching the existing volume outward to create a meaningful engagement with the landscape.
Paddington 2 sees Stanic Harding combine a crafted restraint in creating a home of modern sensitivity while maintaining the original proportions and presence.
The Mornington Peninsula project by Glenvill Homes is a contemporary coastal retreat that represents an exciting architectural direction for the Melbourne-based design and build company.
Nestled within the Snowy Mountains, Thredbo Chalet by Nicholas Gurney is an antipodean fusion of Japanese schematics & mid-century design integrity.
Scotland Island House II sees Sam Crawford Architects create a relaxed and modest home through an embrace of its enviable views, layered with enriching materiality and texture.
Charged with designing a garden that would blend classic and contemporary elements and enhance the architecture, Woollahra Garden from Secret Gardens is a study in simplicity.
Responding to context and climate, Stonelea by Matthew Woodward Architecture delivers an authentic, multi-generational country retreat embedded in the landscape.
Clifton Hill House by Winter Architecture plays with elements of balance, contrast and restraint in bringing a contemporary robustness together with the ornate detailing of its past.
Generational House sees Studio2 Architects draw from a grown relationship with the client and expresses their connection to timber in crafted and highly detailed moments throughout.
As a reconfiguration of the traditional workplace model, RMBL sees Golden utilise colour and curves tocreate opportunities for activity-based working.
Seear-Budd Ross used a refined palette of travertine and walnut to imbue this 1910s villa in Wellington with a warm, calm, inviting atmosphere and to create cohesion in the design.
Woolwich Pier Hotel sees Alexander and Co take cues from the act of coming together of diverse groups in proposing a renovation that enlivens and adds depth.
Paspaley Pearls Office sees Richards Stanisich layer in elements from the unique shell and its heritage with newer insertions that connect the brand to place.
Fold House sees Bossley Architects respond to the generous coastal landscape, embracing the expansive views while sitting close to the undulating site below.