Inspired by Brazilian Modernism – Taylors Bay Residence by Hugh-Jones Mackintosh and Shaun Lockyer Architects
Inspired by Brazilian sub-tropical modernism, Taylors Bay Residence by Hugh-Jones Mackintosh, combines a sense of refinement with bold gestures.
Auburn Road House is a grand Edwardian residence that has been thoughtfully transformed by Solomon Troup into an elegant contemporary home whilst preserving the heritage detailing of the original.
Darling Point sees Alexander and Co pay due homage to the home’s past and combine a contemporary and contextual appropriateness to their approach.
Inspired by the client’s love of reading, Glassbook House sees Sibling Architecture combine functionality and natural illumination to bring this restoration and extension effort together effortlessly.
Two Sheds sees Dreamer Lab combine spatial sensitivities with an acute understanding of placemaking and connection to the landscape beyond.
A Curious and Tactile Warehouse Apartment – Collingwood Apartment by Rob Kennon Architects
Collingwood Apartment sees Rob Kennon Architects combine a fluidity of movement with moments of curiosity and tactile refinement to customise the apartment experience as a reflection of its owners.
Reinvigorating a 1990s townhouse, Winter Architecture’s approach was one of recalibration, simplifying spatial and material complexities through a process of removal and consolidation.
Situated at the Australian War Memorial, For our Country is dedicated to commemorating the sacrifice of Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islanders in war.
Responding to the home’s original art deco legacy, Toorak Residence by Lucy Bock Design Studio celebrates craft and refined detailing.
A strikingly simple steel form that nods to post-war architecture, Core Collective’s Dromana House can be found rising from the hillside in Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula.
Conceived as a robust geological formation enveloped by its surrounding landscape, Neeson Murcutt’s Coastal Garden House eschews the typical approach to the design of a coastal home.
Cardigan Place Residence by MA Architects combine a sensitivity to heritage with a contemporary approach to propose an integrated & considered spatial solution to extending the home’s original bones.
True to its name, Light House is about encouraging the presence, flow and reflection of light. Welsh and Major Architects carefully curates materiality and openings to douse the home in illumination.
With a universally recognised form, the Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman continues to bring comfort, style and timelessness into the home.
Breezeway House sees David Boyle Architect combine the rationality and permanence of architecture with the whimsy of ideology to propose the ultimate coastal escape.
North Perth House sees Nic Brunsdon combine an understated simplicity with a refined and restrained palette to create a calm and reclusive home.
Blanks Bach by Bonnifait and Giesen Atelier Workshop combines the effortlessness of the traditional New Zealand bach with the consideration and robustness of a permanent urban residence.
Set amongst lush gardens and blessed with panoramic views of the water, Tobias Partners’ Hopetoun House balances strong architectural forms with a sense of openness to the beauty of the surrounding.
Todd Clare’s latest series, Mindscapes, utilises tight compositions that celebrate the shift from movement to stillness, whilst promoting a meditative outlook.
Drawing sun deep into the floorplan of Balmain Lightwell House, Andrew Burges Architects harnesses views and brings the outside in.
Recently launching her solo practice YSG Studio, Yasmine Saleh Ghoniem reflects on how her love of performance and her childhood in the Middle East have informed her work.
Bay House sees Milieu Creative inject a sense of warmth and connection to the site through select materiality, openness and key texturally refined elements.
With a monochromatic palette and an emphasis on quality finishes, CBA Residence by Studio Griffiths is a serene and contemporary family home.
A New Pavilion Meets a 1930s Home – Malvern Garden House by Taylor Knights Architects
Malvern Garden House sees Taylor Knights Architects set a new pavilion behind a heritage 1930s home, with the landscape as the element of connection that binds old and new.