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Kowtow Opens Their First Auckland Store - Exploring an Atmosphere of Simplicity and Warmth
The Newmarket store is an extension of Kowtow’s customer focus and branding touchpoints which continues to explore an atmosphere of simplicity and warmth.
Hut on Sleds is a modest exploration of the essence of the family holiday home sees a removable structure reflecting a naturalistic and contextually responsive aesthetic.
K Valley sees a unique self-sufficient home connected to site through a sense of drama and personality, expressing time through materiality.
Environmentally, Economically and Socially Responsive Housing - Nightingale 2.0 by HIP V. HYPE and Six Degrees Architects
Liam Wallis, founder of HIP V. HYPE, speaks about the approach to Nightingale 2 in Fairfield, the new address for considered, environmentally, economically and socially responsive housing.
A modest intervention to an existing timber cottage in Brisbane, Stack Street sees Lineburg Wang instil a renewed articulation of internal experience.
Happiness comes from within but as Neometro founding director Jeff Provan knows all too well, our happiness is also highly influenced by the places in which we live and work.
We explore Outline Project and Kennedy Nolan’s Kooyong, where cues from the Arts and Crafts architectural style combine in the form of six luxury townhouses.
Housed under an oversized sweeping roof, Barwon Heads House replaces an existing humble timber holiday cabin with a design that approaches the site with a robust responsiveness.
Tamarama House deftly balances the need for privacy and protection in a coastal setting with the desire or full immersion in the site’s natural beauty.
An Architectural Response to Tasmanian Shack Culture - Denison Rivulet, Taylor and Hinds Architects
The studied simplicity of these elevations exemplifies the architects’ focus inward to create spaces that cannot be read from the exterior but which must be experienced from within.
Wrapping around a series of integrated landscapes, a sequence of geometric volumes maximise aspect while dismantling the trials of the wedge-shaped site.
Through a muted, timeless palette and a pared-back spatial approach, Heartly’s interiors for the Rose Street Worker’s Cottage respectfully respond to Honto Architecture’s restoration work.
The many-faceted offerings of Willow Urban Retreat define its tranquil presence as a haven that serves as a platform for human connection to self, community and place.
The first Melbourne Boffi | De Padova Studio has opened, transforming a former gospel hall into a peaceful space that crafts an experience of tranquility and refinement.
Palm Springs-Inspired Aesthetic in Tasmania - 7 Ivy Lane by HONED Architecture + Design
7 Ivy Lane brings a Palm Springs-inspired aesthetic to Launceston in the north of Tasmania, where HONED Architecture + Design play with contrast between light and dark.
Veiled by a series of white perforated screens, Nelson House layers materials, landscape and spaces to create a balance between seclusion and connection to the surrounding urban context.
We explore B.E. Architecture’s Point Nepean Residence in Portsea with views that look at over Portsea Pier and Port Phillip Bay, and sustainable materials that bring the natural setting inside.
Toorak 2 sees Robson Rak pare back the unnecessary embellishments of a 1980s Georgian-style home to reveal and enhance its inherent elegance.
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Contemporary Tranquility - Portland Street Residence by Nina Maya Interiors
For Portland St Residence Nina Maya Interiors drew inspiration from the impressive panoramic views of Sydney Harbour to create a soft and tranquil home.
Melbourne Design Studios have used biophilic principles to artfully integrate their latest urban residential project, Slate House, to the surrounding natural environment.
We explore Twohill and James Architecture’s QLD Architecture Awards entry Camp Hill House, where the bones of the existing cottage are opened to make way for additional living and integrated garden.
Enclosing its new living, dining and kitchen zones, Randwick Pavilion by MASQ Architecture sits as a small brick-sleeved structural gesture, floating above a glass enclosure below.
An Exploration of Concrete and Context - North Avoca House by Savio Parsons Architects
As an affront to the typical residential coastal offering, the approach to North Avoca stemmed from a motivation to embrace the site’s many obstacles and create a contextually-responsive architecture.