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Nestled among the quiet streets of bayside Melbourne, the Silhouette Hytte House overcomes a number of challenging site conditions to create a playful and updated reference to the existing vernacular.
Ancient masses of pink granite provided a powerful source of inspiration for Liminal Studio’s design of the Coastal Pavilions in Frecyinet National Park.
A conversation of contrasts, Malvern Residence sees a convergence of styles co-exist as a reference for preservation and convenience.
Reimagining the Traditional Housing Model - Wellington Street Mixed Use House by Matt Gibson Architecture
The Wellington Street Mixed Use House is an innovative response by Matt Gibson Architecture + Design to Melbourne’s shifting housing typologies.
With a new range of black appliances designed to match, Fisher & Paykel has drawn on insights from architects and designers to introduce a new level of design freedom.
Saturday Indesign returns in 2019 for a fifteenth consecutive year, in the process reaffirming the event’s commitment to fuelling creative inspiration whilst supporting the Australian design industry.
Set in heritage-rich Balmain, Sydney, Downie North’s Machiya House respectfully takes lessons from its Japanese influences, instilling privacy, connection and a new access to light.
A respectful restoration and extension of an existing Victorian terrace in Paddington, Smart Design Studio’s Regent project sees punctuations and extrusions openly encourage natural light inward.
Restrained, even minimalist in its simplicity, Manuel Aires Mateus describes his work as “unfinished art”, paring back all extraneous elements to create a quiet luxury.
A Reinterpretation of Residential Living - Indooroopilly House by Owen Architecture and Lineburg Wang
We explore Owen Architecture and Lineburg Wang’s Indooroopilly House, taking the traditional Queenslander vernacular and integrating stepped levels to allow access to sightlines from each room.
We speak with founding director, Rob Kennon from Rob Kennon Architects about the Brighton House, their firms’ approach to domestic living and fusing the old and the new for a family in Melbourne.
Blurring The Lines Between Architecture & Landscape - Sunshine Beach House by PopovBass
Blurring the lines between architecture and landscape, PopovBass’s Sunshine Beach House sees a contemporary approach to the traditional Queenslander typology revisited.
With DENFAIR, the leading destination for contemporary design in Melbourne this winter, only three weeks away, the biggest-ever activation program has been announced for the event.
Comprising of four unique residences in a boutique development envelope, 131 Residences embodies a strength and clarity of concept, which permeates all aspects of the architecture and interiors.