The Local Project
SUPPORTING & SHOWCASING THE LOCAL DESIGN COMMUNITY
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 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 romantic ideals of the scheme are based in the low-lying connection to the ground.
Albert Park House is a residential interior design project created by Sisalla Interior Design and located in the Victorian suburb of Albert Park.
The Salty Dog Hotel
Danielle Brustman and Michelle Boyde (Brustman + Boyde) in collaboration with Pippa Dickson
The Salty Dog Hotel is a commercial hospitality interior design project in Tasmania by Danielle Brustman and Michelle Boyde for the partnership Brustman + Boyde in collaboration with Pippa Dickson.
The Thornbury Apartment by po-co Architecture is a residential interior design project within an existing space in the Victorian suburb of Thornbury.
The Tamarama House by Porebski Architects is a residential project located in one of Sydney's most exclusive beach side suburbs.
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.
Aquas Perma Solar Firma by CplusC Architectural Workshop is a home tailored to the needs of a modern, environmentally conscious and socially responsible couple.
The Chamfer House is a classic 1970s Australian home designed by late renowned architect, Kevin Borland, that has received a sensitive reinterpretation by Mihaly Slocombe Architects.
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 Surry Hills Apartment by Josephine Hurley Architecture is a warehouse conversion that was completed in April 2015 and is located in one of Sydney’s most recognised heritage buildings.