The Local Project

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Supporting & Showcasing The Local Design Community

The St Kilda Side Yard House by Andrew Child Architecture cleverly overcomes the disadvantages of a non-northern orientated backyard through the creation of a long side yard.

Positioned on a peaceful street in the heart of Fitzroy, 231 Napier Street by Milieu forms eleven exclusive apartments designed by the award winning Melbourne architecture practice, Edition Office.

Located in a beachside setting, the architectural brief for this project was to design a contemporary, yet cost effective three-bedroom house, that was well connected to nature.

The ‘Princess Precinct’ is a rare surviving example of terrace houses constructed in the 1860s in one of Brisbane’s oldest suburbs.

Andrew and his team restore an elegant Victorian home to its former glory by introducing a sense of contemporary drama into the traditionalist architectural stylings.

Courage and contemporariness are the true hallmarks of this residential project by Christopher Elliott and his team.

The key to designing a retail space is creating an environment that truly embodies the products on display. Through PHARE Christopher Elliot Design have achieved this.

Unios becomes part of history by illuminating the redeveloped Junction Oval in St Kilda.

Individual in design, similar in beauty, both houses are considered as having their own unique personalities - The Introvert and The Extrovert.

The true beauty and success of the BENT Annexe by BENT Architecture lies in the architects ability to reconnect the occupants with their natural surroundings.

An indulgent reatreat with architecture that evokes the stunning natural beauty of this great nation.

Combining the past and the present - The Spanish Mission House project transforms a Spanish style home through the application of 21st Century design.

Accommodating a growing family in a Federation style bungalow through contemporary architecture solutions.

Casa Atrio pays tribute to the classical beauty of Italian architecture and the delightful romance of French design.

Designer Danielle Brustman’s entry in the 2018 Rigg Design Awards, Inner-Terior, proposes an alternate domestic living space that asks if the home can be a more fantastical place.

The St Kilda Apartment by Dan Gayfer Design is the studio's most distinctive project to date as they renovate the first floor interiors of an old Victorian Home located in the iconic Melbourne suburb.

The project utilises a design that transcends generational boundaries helps a large family of eclectic ages to feel at home within a generous contemporary space.

The Downside Up House by WALA is the complete restoration of a charming heritage listed residential space through simplistic architectural soulutions used to extract beauty.

Hecker Guthrie & Woods Bagot provide a multi-residential space with a renewed sense of contemporary modernism whilst respecting the original history of the site.

The team at Hecker Guthrie add an element of class to the time honoured tradition of eating ice cream at the sea side.

This project is an exploration into how modern architecture can still tastefully fit into the existing fabric of a community.

The Torquay House by Eldridge Anderson Architects uses contemporary design to maximise stunning views of the iconic Australian coast line.

The East Melbourne Terrace House is an exploration in the mediation between old and new Australia architecture.

Contemporary architecture that pays homage to the great Australian past time of enjoying a few cold beers with your mates whilst surrounded by the beautiful natural environment.

An exploration in overcoming the challenges of altering a grand Victorian home in Melbourne's eastern suburbs.

This project brings a traditional 1980's Victorian beach house on the Mornington Peninsula into a modern age of architecture.

Figureground's take on the humble Australian granny flat explores the significant impact such a project can have on the modern suburban home.

A contemporary Japanese style design that not only complements the modern fusion menu - but enhances it through stylish interior architecture.

For this project Architecton was engaged to design a sleek and sophisticated fit out with moody undertones for the PDV office in inner city Melbourne.

The Parkside Beach House by Cera Stribley Architects is a luxurious contemporary take on the traditional Australian beach house.

The Durham House in Brisbane’s West End is an architectural exploration into the age old concept of transforming a house into a home.

The Cushla Whiting Jewellery Showroom is the innovative interior architecture project that amazes customers visiting the flagship Melbourne store.

Bush Camp 1 is an innovative camping facility designed by Richard Stampton Architects and created to respect the natural environment.

Rose House 2 uses innovative contemporary architecture to bring a family closer together.

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