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While the subject matter of Trevor Mein’s architectural photography is firmly grounded in the earth, project, stratosphere, looks to the skies. stratosphere is exhibited at Otomys Contemporary, from O
Renowned Melbourne photographer Derek Swalwell documents two of the world’s most iconic examples of mid-century modernist architecture Farnsworth + Miller.
South Africa may be a long way from the Melbourne suburb of Toorak, but Arno Residence by Adele Bates embraces this journey through clever design.
On a sloping terrace in the shadow of snow-dusted mountain ranges Fearon Hay’s Alpine Terrace is a place dedicated to contemplation and protection within a landscape as harsh as it is sublime.
A concrete shell of irregular geometry informed by the landscape’s tectonics, Castle Cove House takes its cues from Californian mid-century architecture.
Referencing the legacy of the original 1920s California bungalow, Malvern East House speaks to a connected past and present.
Following the contour of the hillside it sits upon, Spacecraft Architects’ Top Shelf sees a small footprint extruded to create a light-footed home in Wellington.
True to its name, Tree House sees a play on opening and closing elements layered through a series of filtered timber expressions, fulfilling the clients’ wish to live amongst the trees.
Kieron Gait Architects’ Balmoral Gully House references the dappled light of the adjacent canopies and gully as an inspiration for the resulting architectural response.
Tectonic, the innovative new shower collection by Rogerseller, unifies design and technology to elevate the showering experience.
Demonstrating a love of timber in all its textures, tones and colours, Point Wells Gables House outwardly takes its cues from the gabled barn of the local rural vernacular.
Patterson Associates’ Parihoa sees the idea of a modern outpost or fort articulated in the form of a robust farmhouse, overlooking its rugged and uncompromising coast.
Through the release of his Puffalo Modular Lounging, Ross Didier reaffirms himself as one of Australia’s most interesting and versatile designers.
Former Steam Factory Turned Contemporary Apartment - Skywalk Apartment by Henry Francis Design
Henry Francis Design’s Skywalk Apartment injects a sense of theatre through the vertical journey of the space, sprawling over three internal levels of the 1880s steam factory it sits within.
A unique Kister Architects’ project sets the scene for a collaboration that brings together stylist Heather Nette King, photographer Mike Bakerwork, and work by leading local designers for Nau.
Wolveridge Architects’ Canadian Bay Cabin is a home that defies expectation yet is grounded in the primal imperative of providing shelter.
Contemporary Interpretation of Neighbourhood Context - Elwood Residence by DX Architects
DX Architects’ Elwood Residence sees an existing dwelling replaced and a considered study of context and neighbouring typologies emerge as inspiration.
Ian Moore Architects’ Redfern Warehouse sees an existing warehouse lightly touched in its adaptive repurposing as a residential family home and office space.
Reinvigorating a Melbourne Victorian Terrace - Albert Park Residence by Wellard Architects
Albert Park Residence sees Wellard Architects bring a sense of muted calm and openness into the home.
Through its bold materiality, Nano House gives a nod to Brutalism that is softened by warm timber and landscaped elements. Shaun Lockyer Architects has envisioned a series of pavilions, connecting.
Resting at the base of a steep mountain slope that rises sharply above the beach, Kawakawa House is a place from which to experience life amongst the trees and contemplate the ocean below.
Inspired by the traditional red brick warehouse that occupies the site in the tightly-held Melbourne enclave of Clifton Hill, Alexandra by Ola Studio celebrates the past while looking to the future.
Designed with trusted collaborator Snøhetta, Aesop’s Pitt street store in Sydney celebrates the company’s passage to fruition over the last three decades.