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Bower Architecture extends the idea of heritage into the 1960s with New Modern, a renovation and expansion of a modernist Melbourne home that offers a contemporary interpretation of the original home.
A holistic and contextual approach to site sees the reimagining of a narrow light-deprived heritage home, with an injection of the contemporary, by Taylor Knights Architects.
A Mim Design project, with architecture by Ben Robertson, St Ninians embraces black, with a thoughtful monochromatic palette that resonates with the clients’ vibrant contemporary art collection.
We exploreKennedy Nolan Architects’ Caroline House, an existing Edwardian weatherboard house is extended with a sense of the whimsical, creating a balanced relationship between interior and garden.
We explore Alwill Interiors’ Peppertree House, where rich layers reference a European sensibility, expressing architectural details and creating a sense of calm in a minimal interior.
At the foundation of the project is a belief in the importance of engaging inhabitants in the world around them, as a counter to the significant amount of time spent in artificial environments.
The globally recognised interactive responsive installation Random International’s Rain Room, housed in March Studio’s Jackalope Pavilion, is extended until the end of October.
We explore Project 12 Architecture’s Northcote Residence, where an existing Californian bungalow and its ill-fitting 1980s extension is given new life through a contemporary lens.
Drawing inspiration from the dramatic reality of our natural surroundings, timber specialists Abodo and Sioo have combined to develop the innovative Sioo:x technology.
The Garden Room House sees a living and breathing core inserted to create both visual and ventilated connections to the existing Victorian home and its new extension.
We visit the off-grid Yandoit Cabin from Adam Kane Architects which is tucked away in the gumtrees, north west of Melbourne.
We explore Bureau Probert’s QLD Architecture Awards entry Albert Villa, where an existing cottage is given a new life, with a pavilion addition, respectfully referencing its heritage.
Set atop a bluff on the Flinders coastline, the Bluff House embraces a sense of separation as a means of amplifying the context, finding balance through the tension between detachment and connection.