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.
Pompei by Carter Williamson Architects is a considerately updated terrace house situated in Sydney’s small inner-west suburb of Forest Lodge, reinvigorated through a cleaner circulation of rooms.
Ballast Point House sees Fox Johnston combine a clarity of knowledge of the site and its constraints together with refinement, ingenuity and efficiencies.
An acclaimed series of releases from Australian manufacturer Phoenix Tapware has seen the company win a slew of international design awards, including Best of the Best at the Red Dot Awards.
Capturing the enviable site aspects, Megowan Architectural’s Three Angle House is born from a place of immersion. Sunken into its hillside locale, the architecture stands as a response to its site.
Black and White House sees Studio John Irving propose a home of contrasts, where the old and new are defined by each end of the spectrum of the monochromatic scale.
From stonemasonry to embroidery, football and sculpture, for Steven John Clark, it was an unconventional path that eventually led to founding Melbourne-based studio denHolm.
Coco Flip draws on travel as both muse and source of new perspectives. Recently launching two new collections influenced by the Art Deco movement, Coco Flip’s ethos is grounded in considered design.
With its apex pointing northward, Studio John Irving’s The Dart is set on a dramatic and windswept hillside, anchored to the site by the strength and simplicity of the form.
A Contemporary Home Grounded in the Arts and Crafts Movement – Orange Grove Cottage by CO-AP
Reinstating the original Arts and Crafts nuances of the home’s origins, CO-AP’s Orange Grove Cottage sees the previously tired home enriched through injections of colour and textural materiality.
Vaucluse House sees Luis Gomez-Siu bring a refined and considered approach to the extension of an existing semi-detached house through detailing and restraint conceived around ideas of framing.
Embracing the ethos and design language of the original 1980s home, Highbury Grove sees CoLAB Design Studio gesture towards the optimism of the era.
MRTN Architects Good Life House references the surrounding early 20th-century housing and creates a generous, energy-efficient new family home that speaks to the clients connection their community.
For Artedomus, the application of Cotto Manetti terracotta in contemporary Australian architecture and design exemplifies the timeless and enduring qualities of this ancient natural material.
A mid-century home nestled into a secluded bushland setting in Sydney’s Sugarloaf Bay, The Quarterdeck by Studio Gorman responds to the client’s relaxed playful personality.
Working within the constraints of the existing solid brick building, Solid House stands true to its name. Through its renovated bones, Coy Yiontis offers a nod to its past life that forms the literal.
Celebrating, extending and subverting the design language of an original brown brick 1960s walk up in St Kilda, Melbourne, Modo Pento is bestowed with a vibrant new interior by WOWOWA.
Restoring and adapting an original Queenslander home in Brisbane, Nielson Jenkins combines a sense of enveloping warmth and sensitivity to context through the expression of the original details.
A single, brutalist-inspired double-height volume, conceived of as a concrete bunker, Perfect Storm by Killing Matt Woods is a play on scale & materiality that explores juxtaposition & contradiction.
A reconfiguration and extension a modest bungalow, MCK Architects’ Strong Arm House is a bold response to a demanding brief for a flexible and practical home for a busy family of seven.
When the time came to upgrade the Wood Melbourne showroom, Oliver sought to create a space that would not only showcase products but simultaneously tell the Wood Melbourne story.