The Local Project
Supporting Local Designer, Makers & Architects
Blurring the line between art and design, Gertrude Street Residence by Kate Challis Interiors is a highly resolved yet wonderfully personable family home.
Spotted Gum Tree House was designed from day one around the enormous spotted gum occupying the back yard of the property.
The romantic ideals of the scheme are based in the low-lying connection to the ground.
The Rooftop draws inspiration from mid century modernism & the residential architecture of Palm Springs.
A modest 1920's home transformed into a modern marvel through style and grace.
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.
Hecker Guthrie & Woods Bagot provide a multi-residential space with a renewed sense of contemporary modernism whilst respecting the original history of the site.
This project is an exploration into how modern architecture can still tastefully fit into the existing fabric of a community.
Sunda Dining is a true celebration in the intrinsic beauty of architectural temporariness.
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.
This apartment highlights the power of minimalist contemporary interior architecture to highlight and accentuate stunning natural views.
The Princes Apartment is an example of the essential contrasting dialogue that emerges between Australian heritage architecture and contemporary renovations.