The Local Project
SUPPORTING & SHOWCASING THE LOCAL DESIGN COMMUNITY
Spotted Gum Tree House was designed from day one around the enormous spotted gum occupying the back yard of the property.
This renovation project provided Winwood McKenzie Architects with a genuine opportunity to reimagine a residence so that it represented the lives and values of its owner.
The Art House by Winwood McKenzie Architecture features a polite exterior that contains the richness of life behind.
The extension to this 1890s single-fronted weatherboard cottage in Hawthorn, Melbourne is an exercise in clever compact planning that weaves together traditional and contemporary architecture.
This bold contemporary home perches high above the Yarra River at North Warrandyte on a raised plateau nestled amongst dense native bushland.
The extension and renovation to this heritage cottage at Port Melbourne by Alexandra Buchanan Architecture creates a sense of spaciousness that defies the constraints of its tight urban setting.
The renovation of this heritage home honors the historical significance of the frontage, whilst replacing the existing back extension of the property.
The romantic ideals of the scheme are based in the low-lying connection to the ground.
The St Kilda Side Yard House by Andrew Child Architecture cleverly overcomes the disadvantages of a non-northern orientated backyard through the creation of a long side yard.
Andrew and his team restore an elegant Victorian home to its former glory by introducing a sense of contemporary drama into the traditionalist architectural stylings.
Unios becomes part of history by illuminating the redeveloped Junction Oval in St Kilda.
A modest 1920's home transformed into a modern marvel through style and grace.
Individual in design, similar in beauty, both houses are considered as having their own unique personalities - The Introvert and The Extrovert.
An indulgent reatreat with architecture that evokes the stunning natural beauty of this great nation.
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.