The Local Project
Supporting & Showcasing The Local Design Community
Carved by natural light, this Victorian Cottage renovation in South Yarra explores the continuity of space and form.
EHDO Architecture has become the first interstate firm to implement the award-winning Nightingale housing model outside of Melbourne through its Nightingale Fremantle project starting late 2018.
The Labertouche House by Emily Armstrong Architects is a new, sustainable, rural residence for a family of six with the look and feel of a homestead.
This house is an Asian inspired design with a modern contemporary concept renovation to an existing historic weatherboard house in Sydney.
The renovation and upgrade to an existing 1965 Sydney home, to create a more family friendly environment.
The Eastbourne Road project by Alexandra Kidd Design is a residential gem located in Sydney's Eastern Suburbs and offering the most incredible panoramic views of Sydney harbour.
Mosman House by Alexandra Kidd Design showcases a strong, robust architectural character that cleverly expresses and celebrates its materiality.
Alexandra Kidd and her team were able to apply their skills to a blank canvas in the form of a brand new home on the water front in the Inner West of Sydney.
The Brighton East II Residence by Chelsea Hing is the story of a curious passer by, magical discoveries and how Chelsea and her team turned one man's determined vision into stunning reality.
This home in Hunters Hill is accessible only by bridging the swimming pool that surrounds the house on two sides.
The second Balgownie project by Dayne Lawrie Constructions continues their strong design association with the utopian suburb of Peregian Springs on Queensland's Sunshine Coast.
The Park House Food Merchants by Alexander & Co. has been conceived as a loft style art warehouse, a sympathetic attempt to reconcile the old Mona Vale Hotel on Sydney's Northern Beaches.
Blue Ivy House by mcmahon and nerlich is a deep response to the design personality of the clients, eschewing a conservative approach for the semi-retired clients.
Built by the client’s parents and virtually untouched since the seventies, this inner-city townhouse was due a revitalisation.