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The Crafers House was the perfect opportunity for the Urban Habitats team to showcase their skill and style in an end-to-end resolution from concept design through to handover.
The design brief for the Dulwich Hill Residence called for the addition of an open kitchen, outdoor living space, dining, bathroom and laundry to an existing semi-detached period home for a family.
The Elwood Gable house is a small intervention to an existing dwelling on a suburban street, but the design gesture rethinks this typology allowing both occupants and the street to create connection.
Utilising a vertical courtyard to link levels on a steeply sloping site, this house is conceived as a suspended belvedere, maximising views, solar aspect and privacy.
With a florist and an engineer commissioning this stunning new home project, the design had to bring together two diverse residential living concepts - natural splendour and modern functionality.
The client brief was arranged into a series of layers and experiences - located according to priority for privacy, views, protection from harsh weather, access to natural light and breezes.
Hidden in an affluent coastal suburb is 'Vodka Palace', a luxurious concrete cave, tempered with natural timber finishes and primed for premium culinary, audio and visual pleasure.
Blurring the line between art and design, Gertrude Street Residence by Kate Challis Interiors is a highly resolved yet wonderfully personable family home.
Elevated ceilings, outdoor living areas and a wrap-around layout to separate living zones are features of Noosa Valley House 1 by Sarah Waller Architecture.
The brief for Tent House called for a 4 bedroom family dwelling with a central open plan living and kitchen space - what Sparks Architects delivered is nothing short of stunning.
The brief was to transform this brick Victorian home, situated on a main road, into a tranquil family residence capable of accommodating the lifestyle of the occupants for many years to come.