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Bridge House designed by FIGR. Architecture & Design. Photographed by Tom Blachford and styled by Ruth Welsby.

The Courtyard House is a gesture to the convention of the Italian Palazzo and Australian patio house.

At the street elevation, Datum House takes subtle signals from the neighbouring properties in roof shape and material references.

Established, sharp and greeting, Moby's identity takes signals from its current late 70's shell.

With an energy for detail and contemporary spaces, the customer's brief was to make a breathtaking waterfront home.

At the base of the new Australian Tax Office building, The Penny Drop Café plays on the idea of the 'penny dropping' from the pockets of the ATO office above.

Six Degrees are presently working on a design for the novel flagship bakery and office/training centre for the STREAT institute in Collingwood.

Situated in the maritime district of the Yarra River, this project aspires to revitalise the area carrying a human scale to a harsh and intimidating open area.

A high state of usefulness, adaptability, communication and detail in a house with high roofs, a high roofline and large amounts of natural light.

Leather upholstered banquettes, dark timbered furniture & brass detailing. The Quarter Cafe designed by Travis Wilton Architecture and built by Duo Built.

The glazed roof floats as if it were a leaf on a tree branch and connects the interior to the external landscape, capturing views of the trees and sky.

Taking the basic elements of a fire starting kit, Breathe Architecture have developed the loft’s aesthetic around flint, char cloth and a fire striker.

Port Melbourne House designed by Pandolfini Architects and built by commercial & residential fit-out specialists Duo Built.

This modern architecturally designed pub is a multipurpose space, with different rooms and areas to foster diverse audiences and functions.

A material palette of American Oak with terrazzo & brick tiles praises these robust characteristics, while leather detailing & custom carpets off a soft touch.

While the space has the interest of some spatial dramatisation, the design's prosperity is measured by the nature of the atmosphere and intimacy of the inside.

KN's architectural approach illustrates the trajectory of the site – it is an adaptive re-use which clarifies & intensifies the perception of its change of use.

A workplace designed to play a positive role in the wellbeing of employees, whilst improving productivity and reinforcing brand positioning and company values.

On a sloping site in leafy Kew, Rob Kennon Architects replaced a contextually non-responsive 1980s renovation to this Edwardian, semi-detached duplex dwelling.