Architecture & Interior Design Features
At the end of a quiet cul-de-sac in an estate on the Bellarine Peninsula, the Torquay House is oriented toward the views across the golf course, with the design framed by expanses of earth & sky.
Driven by a belief that multi-residential architecture must both respond and contribute to the city’s local urban landscape, an innate appreciation for cultural context is at the heart of Milieu.
An eco-friendly home, designed to passively cool without air-conditioning, the Red Blue Zephyr (RBZ) House takes inspiration from the nature it is placed within.
Nestled deferentially behind a double-storey Victorian terrace, the Chamfer House by Ha Architecture gracefully addresses the inherent challenges of its restricted site and heritage context.
The Green House is an urban sanctuary, born from a desire to create a sustainable and ecological home completely immersed in the surrounding environment.
Studio 203’s Lilyfield House sees an existing shop-front in Sydney’s inner-west transformed into a series of volumes, connected through a central atrium.
A Refined and Dynamic Artist's Home - Cotter Street House by Fiona Lynch Featuring ZETR Recessed, Flush Electrical Outlets
A traditional workers’ cottage is transformed by interior designer Fiona Lynch into a refined and dynamic home that reflects the identity of its owner, Melbourne artist Tom Adair.
The Tongue n Groove Series
Tongue n Groove Flagship Sydney Showroom Awarded Good Design Award Gold Accolade
The Tongue n Groove flagship showroom, designed by Tobias Partners, has been awarded a prestigious Good Design Award Gold Accolade in the Architectural Design category.
We explore Templeton Architecture's Sybil House, a former 'chook farm', repurposed as a bespoke escape from the city in Victoria's Mornington Peninsula.
Bloxas’ Hungry Hands project takes a tactile approach to texture in order to engage its occupants in a sensory discovery through the spaces, allowing for increased engagement in their everyday life.
Edsall Street by Ritz&Ghougassian takes habitation as its primary focus, from which emerges an architectural language that, in turn, influences form.
Rose Street Residence by Fieldwork Architects is a playful and practical home that honours the history of the house by embracing its colourful past.
Freadman White’s Whitlam Place takes cues from the neighbouring context, influencing proportion in this Scarpa-inspired solid form that sits atop a light-filled transparent box.
An art deco-inspired addition to a traditional Adelaide workers’ cottage, the Plaster Fun House by Sans-Arc Studio is a playful yet refined home that finds great joy in detail.
The Designer Rugs Series
A Contemporary Character-Filled Home - The Redland Bay Residence by Darren James Interiors
Perched atop 17 acres overlooking the Moreton Bay Islands, the Redland Residence by saw the designers craft a contemporary, character-filled home that makes the most of the natural environment.
Taylor Pressly Architects draw on a play of form, texture and contrast to create an elegant and luxurious family home in which both interior design and architecture resonate in harmony.
Set within two dramatic concrete shrouds, the Hawthorn House pushes at the boundaries of residential design, yet it is simultaneously driven by a singular focus on the essential activities.
A Sense of Place - The Byron Bay House and Coast Furniture Collection by Daniel Boddam
A sense of adventure and love of the coastal northern-New South Wales landscape is at the heart of Daniel Boddam’s most recent work, which both encompasses furniture and architecture.
No. 6 Sydney Street is a boutique project of only 16 apartments overlooking Orrong Romanis Reserve in the Melbourne City of Stonnington, by Wood Marsh Architecture.
Mark Shapiro Architects’ Northumberland Street project is conceived as a shelter from its coastal location, through a robust and protective approach.
Resisting the typical impulse to extend their small cottage to allow for its growing family, clients of the Garden Bunkie chose to engage Reddog Architects to create a standalone dwelling.
The Coming Together of Seperate Design Concepts - His & Hers House by FMD Architects
In FMD Architects’ His & Hers House, a couple with two previous separate design schemes are brought together in a design that marks the commencement of their new shared home and future lives together.
An Immersive Wilderness Experience - The Retreat by JAWS Architects at Pumphouse Point
Nestled on the shores of Lake St Clair in Tasmania’s Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, The Retreat, designed by JAWS Architects, is the latest accommodation offering at Pumphouse Point.