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The Bruny Island Hideway by Maguire + Devine Architects is a project modest in stature, but grand in character and connection to its natural environment.
We explore Edition Office’s Point Lonsdale house, where a series of vaulted pavilions connect around a central living space, and are aligned to create a linear play on the coastal home aesthetic.
On the shores of Bruny Island, an angular black-clad form emerges from the coastal vegetation. The project by Dock 4 Architects is a unique structure, designed as a built tent-like layer.
We speak with co-founding director, Steve Koolloos of MCK Architecture and Interiors about Extruded House and its bold and simple formal response to its original federation frontage.
While modern extensions to heritage homes have become the norm yet, the Pavilion House by Robson Rak is set apart by the design integrity of each volume.
The Light Vault House uses the initial brief for a “concrete bunker” as a launching point from which to explore the vast potential of concrete, challenging the connotations associated with concrete.
We speak with director of Tsai Design, Jack Chen about his approach to compact apartment living and his jigsaw-esque approach to joinery in his Richmond Apartment project.
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Reconnecting New and Old Narratives - Captain Kelly's Cottage by John Wardle Architects
The international award-winning restoration of John Wardle’s 1830s cottage on Bruny Island stays true to the modesty of the original dwelling, reconnecting the new with the narrative of the old.
With the utmost control over materiality, light and space, The Cloister House turns its back on an unremarkable suburban context and focuses inward.
We speak with Rob Kennon about his approach to the design of the Prahran House, a renovation and extension of an Edwardian boarding house.
The contemporary extension and renovation of a traditional Queenslander has an integral connection to the natural and architectural landscape, with deep roots in the past.