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This Grand Victorian Terrace in the inner city of Sydney has been transformed into a modern contemporary space.

The Rockley Gardens encompasses the detailing and aesthetic qualities of a bespoke residential project and is designed to navigate nature and artifice.

The Crisp House is an inspired redesign of an 1850s heritage cottage, which plays homage to the history of Collingwood.

This 1915 Wolloomooloo Finger Wharf residential space reflects a glamorous city pad, with an extraordinary harbour setting.

Nano Pad by Architect Prineas is an Art Deco studio apartment in one of Sydney's most desirable suburbs.

House. Elfred St by Sydney based firm Architect Prineas perfectly blends old with new through this stunning Paddington terrace.

The Breeze Block House by Architect Prineas was redesigned for modern living, while maintaining the essence of its original charm.

Bunurong Memorial Park has been designed by BVN to be a leader in providing memorable settings for a wide range of events.

This modern Californian bungalow was renovated by Porebski Architects to create a more suitable space indoors and outside for a young family.

This classic 1950s fibro beach shack has been sensitively reclaimed as a modern weekender in Shoreham on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula

The Pix Residence is a space which emanated happiness, natural light, and in some-way incubate a warming sense of gathering.

Orthogonal concrete elements rise from the floor of this 155 square metre cafe in the trendy suburb of Elsternwick in Melbourne.

Richard King Design remodelled an aging federation cottage into an open style, two-level, contemporary house, which follows a passive-house design.

Timeless contemporary design, with a flexible living space to accommodate for a growing family and adaptable for a small gatherings, or larger crowds.

This Melbourne Victorian home from the 1890s is an exercise of clever compact planning, which seamlessly weaves together traditional and contemporary design.

This two bedroom apartment designed by Anton Kouzmin Architecture is located in a mid-1960s block in Elizabeth Bay, Sydney.

The project is conceived as a series of vertical & horizontal thresholds overlaid onto the existing compartmentalised rooms of the first & new attic floors.

The south facing Oak House by Bryant Alsop, achieved the goals of its owners to become a light and bright family home.

‘A Pavilion Between Trees’ by Branch Studio Architects - an addition to an existing 90’s dwelling for a client with a need for a new master en-suite.

Purposefully lo-fi, The Retreat embraces a low-tech aesthetic towards the operation of the building itself, fully embodying the idea of retreat & slowing down.

The brief for Branch Studio Architects, was to bring the house into the 21st century, while honouring its rich history & the people who made their lives there.