500 - 1000 m2
Sarah Waller's move from the UK to Australia offered her the opportunity to design and build something unique for herself and her family - their own iconic home.
The romantic ideals of the scheme are based in the low-lying connection to the ground.
The East Melbourne Terrace House is an exploration in the mediation between old and new Australia architecture.
The Park House Food Merchants by Alexander & Co. has been conceived as a loft style art warehouse, a sympathetic attempt to reconcile the old Mona Vale Hotel on Sydney's Northern Beaches.
The Tamarama House by Porebski Architects is a residential project located in one of Sydney's most exclusive beach side suburbs.
Sorrel Street by Shaun Lockyer Architects is a project that explores the juxtaposition between historical context and contemporary architecture.
The Leveson Street Residence by Ha Architecture is a North Melbourne house that sees a new three-storey family home built within the original façade of an iconic art deco warehouse.
The Burt Street Residence by Keen Architecture is a heritage listed 1904 house that had undergone numerous renovations over the years.
For visitors, one of the most memorable parts of the Three Capes Track is staying overnight in the three huts designed and created by JAWS Architects.
The Italianate House by Renato D'Ettorre Architects is a large addition and alterations project with 4 main components.
Kingfisher House created by Josephine Hurley Architecture has been a life-long project for the Clients who bought the vacant site in the early 1980s.
The Dendy Park Sporting Pavilion by CohenLeigh Architects is specifically designed for the exponential growth in junior women’s soccer in Victoria.
This new library and learning centre in Cobram Victoria embraces emerging technologies and flexible learning for both children and adults.
To help children feel at ease this colourful and quirky children’s centre has been designed as a home away from home for kids.
This project is a new Student Hub at the Notre Dame University in Freemantle which cleverly engages students with the city within a new learning space.