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The brief for King George by Robeson Architects called for a modern working family home that would be respectful of the much-adored heritage cottage yet provide additions that were functional.

The Urban House by Robeson Architects is a modern style home with a hint of Japanese style in the Western Australian suburb of Shenton Park.

The Triangle House by Robeson Architects is built on a 180m2 triangular lot wedged between Hyde Park and the bustling Beaufort Street in the Western Australian suburb of Mount Lawley.

This Robinson House by Cera Stribley Architects sets out to live up to a truly laid-back holiday aspiration.

Campbell Street is a collaboration between Milieu Property, DKO Architecture and SLAB Architecture that cleverly configures a 76 square-metre parcel of land into two light-filled dwellings.

Tama’s Tee Home by Luigi Rosselli Architects was constructed on what was solid and reusable from the previous house.  Approximately fifty-percent of the previous structure was kept.

Unfurled House by Christopher Polly Architect is an articulated two-storey framed volume that is sensitively stitched to the rear original fabric, while retaining its front Federation masonry.

The Cossgriff House Project by Christopher Polly Architect is a substantial lower ground room that has been inserted under the original fabric, harnessing the fall in the site towards the rear.

Small gesture big impact' embodies Sonelo Design Studio's design intent for the interior renovation of this double storey multi-generation family home in a leafy eastern suburb of Melbourne.

Located in Melbourne's suburb of Richmond, 'subtlety' is the one word Theresa Street by Sonelo Design Studio residence evokes.

The Elgin Street Residence by Sonelo Design Studio is located on a compact inner city lot, and was a worn single storey Victorian-era terrace duplex.

The Albert Park Townhouse by Christoper Elliott Design is a visionary interior design project that inspired the clients from the first consultation through to completion.

This is an addition to an already existing house and is the cross pollination between garden and house creating open space and light.

Surrounded largely by an array of project homes, this project seeks to explore the possibilities of these similar constraints whilst offering a composed architectural contribution.

The St Kilda East House Project by Luke Fry Architect is a contemporary steel addition with an open pergola structure that creates a strong connection between both indoor and out.

Luke Fry's Balaclava project is a sensitive contemporary interior renovation to an original 1938 Art Deco apartment in inner Melbourne.

Indulging in the clients’ passion for gardening, JAWS Architects created a new double-height conservatory in the beautiful gardens of Minallo, a grand residence built in 1891.

For visitors, one of the most memorable parts of the Three Capes Track is staying overnight in the three huts designed and created by JAWS Architects.

JAWS Architects Pumphouse Point project was designed in two parts, The Retreat and Shorehouse Addition.

The Italianate House by Renato D'Ettorre Architects is a large addition and alterations project with 4 main components.

These beautiful heritage style stables have been converted by Renato D'Ettorre Architects into a practical and stylish guest quarters for the the occupants of the equally stunning Italianate House.