Waffle House sees Rob Kennon Architects craft a series of gestures that reorient and connect the new volumes with the existing, proposing an enduring and considered resolve.
Mornington Peninsula House sees Abe McCarthy and AV-ID craft a series of interconnected forms that allow for a separation of function, bound through a shared warmth and textural materiality.
Divided House sees JCB Architects craft an engaged replacement to the existing house in the form of two separate homes that interact with their individual streetscapes accordingly.
By drawing upon contextual cues and emphasising an enduring nature, Minh Architects proposes McCallum House as a robust forever home.
Villa Carlo sees Daniel Boddam Studio draw on a linear simplicity and elevate through detailing and heightened materiality, sculpting an enduring home as a result.
Oblica is dedicated to bringing luxuriously designed heaters to Australian homes, and the Tubes range is no exception, walking the line between statement sculpture and essential heating device.
Garden Pavilion sees Atelier Bond open the original home to engage with curated landscape elements and, in turn, create specialised outdoor rooms as a natural extension of the home.
Camilla and Marc Armadale sees Akin Atelier carve a uniquely immersive retail experience, creating an idyllic platform to showcase seasonal offerings.
Goodman Australia’s new Sydney flagship office rejects the traditional working environment, instead embracing an open and light-filled space that encourages productivity.
Hender sees Williams Burton Leopardi carve key connections between inside and out, finely framed and curated, as the existing heritage elements are given a new life.
Westmere House sees Studio LWA combine formality and warmth in proposing a home that optimises efficiency and a flexible functionality.
Breese Street, a true collaboration, sees local architects DKO and Breathe Architecture combine with developer Milieu, building a clear understanding of place and community.
Vigneron House sees Enoki and Proske Architects combine to create a natural and textural response to its Adelaide Hills location, realising a long-held vision for the site.
The addition of two new dining tables to Coco Flip’s Sequence Collection expands the versatility of the playful and timeless range.
Rose Bay sees Stafford Architecture emphasise a lightness despite a weighted masonry materiality, proposing a home deeply anchored to its site with purpose.
Manly House sees Vellum Interiors and Caroline Pidcock combine to propose a home of layered substance and texture, emphasised by an embracing calm.
The dual-occupancy Coodye House by Virginia Kerridge Architect combines modern colour and craftsmanship while remaining sympathetic to the existing fabric of the heritage building.
Clare Cousins Architects takes a pragmatic yet poetic approach in balancing old and new to create a home that is immersed within both its immediate landscaped setting and the broader heritage context.
Embracing distinctive textures, sweeping scale, and every inch of space available, Retallack Thompson has collaborated with James Hardie to reimagine the potential of a Federation brick bungalow.
Macaulay’s Beach House is conceived from a place of considered calm, as Alexandra Marie Interiors conjures a palette inspired by the site’s surroundings.
A creative collaboration between Bankston and Sans-Arc, Super Collection is the result of an engaging and innovative approach to traditional architectural hardware design.
Building on from the success of its first collection, Ruum has moved to create a new series of homes known as the Escape Collection, enlisting five industry leading architects.
Oxford Terrace is a light, open and airy beachside cottage that becomes more intimate and private the further one retreats into the home.
Coastal Court sees Bower Architecture institutively respond to the natural elements on site, in proposing a forever home intended to patina and pattern in harmony with the elements.