An extension of the principles Whispering Smith established with House A, House B is a further exploration of a more considered approach to urban infill.
Repurposing the existing home’s late 1980s brickwork as the structural foundation, Aroona House sees Neil Architecture transforms the building’s past into a more responsive present incarnation.
Courtyard House by Renato D’Ettorre Architects sees a modest 1940s cottage transformed into a confident, modern and comfortable family home.
Layering warmth, richness and subtleties, The Esplanade is a home of enveloping invitation. Williams Burton Leopardi creates a sense of refined luxury through an acute understanding of materiality.
Clifton Hill House sees DX Architects combine a restrained and fresh palette, to open up the old and create a place of enduring meaning.
Imagined as a treehouse of sorts, sitting naturally amongst the surrounding tree canopies RAA Architects’ Bundeena House subtly retreats into the landscape.
Hovering over a significant wetland, Chris Tate Architecture’s V House, expressed through long planes and simple junctions, takes inspiration from modernist masters.
Art House sees the theatrical unfolding of a curated and purposeful home full of life, colour and texture. Studio CD combines a sense of the classical with a fresh take on the contemporary.
Crosson Architects’ Whangapoua Beach House responds to the landscape, combining a restraint approach and restricted palette to propose an efficient use of space and materiality.
Crosson Architects Tutukaka House sits like fort in its remote location, combining dark resilient forms and materiality with contrasting translucent elements to create a dynamic interplay of extremes.
Rose Bay House by Rose Ricci Bloch brings a considered approach to context that reflects the importance of maintaining connection to both the streetscape and the home’s past.
An Art-Filled European-Inspired Interior – Avian Apartment by Ali Holgar Interior Design
Avian Apartment, set within an iconic Harry Seidler building in Brisbane, saw Ali Holgar Interior Design take inspiration from both the original architecture and European design sensibilities.
Camberwell Residence sees Neil Architecture breathe fresh life into an existing brick home in Melbourne, defined by a new batten façade that contributes privacy and texture.
Lower Jordan Hill Road sees Taylor and Hinds combine a nuanced interpretation of the home’s history with a rich and warm proposal of the contemporary.
Doherty Design Studio reinvigorates Back to the Future through understanding of context and the home’s modernist influences, combined with an appreciation of bold, expressive colour.
House RV sees Plus Minus Design combine a nuanced and adaptive approach to reinvigorate an existing home through a considered refinement of connection, materiality and form.
Breathing new life into this 1890s Port Phillip Bay Italianate Victorian home, Milford House sees Rosstang Architects infuse a considered contemporary approach into a unique historic context.
Within the bones of an original 1930s home in Melbourne, Christopher Elliott Design has created a restrained and elegant interior world that infuses art deco elements with a contemporary sensibility.
Smart Living Ideas sees BoConcept hone multi-functional and space-saving furniture solutions that effortlessly create a well-designed working-from-home hub.
Updating a Mid-Century Home – Sand Dune Sanctuary by Hindley & Co Architecture and Interiors
Referencing masterpieces of mid-century architecture, Hindley & Co Architecture and Interiors’ Sand Dune Sanctuary nestles into its softly undulating natural surrounds with restraint and finesse.
Influenced by the architectural vernacular of its surrounding alpine region, Country Residence sees Bureaux express the home’s storied context through materiality, composition and form.
Originally designed by Sydney architect Gerry Rihs, Double Bay House has been in the careful custodianship of three owners.
Midway Point House combines a play on scale with clever and strategic planning. Operating from a considered approach to site, Cumulus Studio proposes a home of appropriate program and reclusiveness.