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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.

Carefully designed to expose the beauty of raw concrete, Salmon Avenue by FGR Architects creates a strong design statement amongst its traditional Essendon neighbourhood.

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.

Spotted Gum Tree House was designed from day one around the enormous spotted gum occupying the back yard of the property.

Located in Yarralumla, Canberra, the clients purchased the adjoining property to their existing contemporary residence to accommodate a tennis court, indoor swimming pool and guest accommodation.

A strong sense of scale, form, and materiality are employed to establish a sense of timeless simplicity within the interior of this apartment situated in Bondi Beach.

Located on the slopes of Sydney’s Balmoral Beach, this three level residence has been designed to capture views to the harbour, with a singular approach to architecture, interiors, and landscape.

Located on Sydney’s Bondi Beach, this four level house occupies a narrow infill site, and has been designed to maximise its’ compact 120m2 site and capitalise on views across Icebergs to the beach.

The simple design of this two-storey Sydney residence belies the intricate craftsmanship and structural detail that went into its construction.

Renovating a two-bedroom semi with a compact footprint and a warren of dark rooms, Andrew Burges Architects have delivered a transformative, contemporary design.

This architect designed family home with its feeling of space, air and light is a reimagined post-war brick semi in Sydney’s Bondi.

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.

Dubbed “the concrete bunker” for its deliberate use of rendered finishes, and rejection of ornamentation, this Camperdown apartment for two design professionals is intimate, yet utilitarian.

Coorparoo House carefully negotiates a sloping site and captures views of the city skyline and a swathe of Eucalypts to create a custom dwelling in tune with its surroundings.

The reimagining of House Barlow in Brisbane could certainly be described as an ambitious-transformation project.

By gently pulling back layers of history, Cumulus Studio were able to uncover the true identity of the home while comfortably accommodating for an active, social family lifestyle.

A collection of ten refined residences in iconic middle Brighton, that take full advantage of light, space and the inherent beauty of Lindsay Street to create a home of ageless character.

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.

Located in Collingwood, Bedford By Milieu is a market-leading residential development that allows purchasers to customise their home before breaking ground.

Design + Diplomacy add their unique style to a classic piece of Fitzroy's architectural history.

The aim was to make the kitchen more interactive and practical with guests, and provide more commercial functionality and storage, such as a butler’s pantry and additional refrigeration.

Nicole Langelier from Design + Diplomacy was engaged to provide high end styling for this residential apartment space designed by Carr Design Group.

This residential project at Mermaid Waters on the Gold Coast transforms a dated, single storey brick spec-home into a light-filled, contemporary family beach house.

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 transformation of a tried old house old the Gold Coast to has significantly improved the client's overall enjoyment of their home and daily life.

The renovation and extension of Clayfield House by Alexandra Buchanan Architecture introduces contemporary spaces to an historic Brisbane residence.

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 new Alexandra Buchanan Architecture studio, located inside the London Woolstores, Teneriffe, creatively positions a contemporary work place within an historic building shell.

A home designed to change with a young family entering a new stage in their life.

This home succeeds in uniting the owner with the environment through both visual and physical connections.

The house needed a renovation and extension to create a revitalised family home, additional family spaces were required as well as a face lift of the heritage features of this beautiful old home.

The renovation of this heritage home honors the historical significance of the frontage, whilst replacing the existing back extension of the property.

Longfellow Terraces are an example of what the often-discussed “Missing Middle” could look like in Brisbane - a sustainable infill-development for sensitive densification of inner-city suburbs.

Middle Burke demonstrates a level of design sophistication and elegance worthy of its premier Melbourne location.

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