Habitats: City, Coast and Forest. A collectable trio of hardcover books. Now available to pre-order.
Habitats: City, Coast and Forest. Pre-order now.
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HABITATS

City, Coast and Forest

Book Flatlay Cover Front Transparent Trio[1] Frame 83

A collectable trio of hardcover books – now available to pre-order.

Issue No. 1
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Issue No. 01 of The Local Project features new work from Taylor and Hinds Architects, Ritz&Ghougassian, Savio Parsons Architects, Ha Architecture, Sans-Arc Studio, CHROFI Architects, Bower Architecture and more. Featured on the cover, Denison Rivulet by Taylor and Hinds Architects addresses how the nature of interiority in architecture, the primal activity of room-making, the way in which an interior space may anticipate its inhabitants and, above all, how a built form situates us within a wider landscape. Issue No. 01 also includes profiles on Sarah Ellison of SARAH ELLISON. and Nick McDonald of Made by Morgen.
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Inside this Issue

Denison Rivulet –
Taylor and Hinds Architects

On a bend of the Denison Rivulet, Taylor and Hinds Architects have placed several humble timber-clad structures. The studied simplicity of these elevations exemplifies the architects’ focus inward to create spaces that cannot be read from the exterior but which must be experienced from within.

Chamfer House –
Ha Architecture

Nestled deferentially behind a double-storey Victorian terrace, the Chamfer House by Ha Architecture gracefully addresses the inherent challenges of its restricted site and heritage context.

Bluff House –
Rob Kennon Architects

Emerging from amongst coastal sheoaks and banksias, the reflective glass facade of the Bluff House by Rob Kennon Architects mirrors the surrounding vegetation yet instantly marks the structure as foreign to the natural environment. Embracing this tension, the project sits as an object within its wider context, coexisting without integrating, compelling without dominating – a home within, but not of, the landscape.

Plaster Fun House –
Sans-Arc Studio

An art deco-inspired addition to a traditional Adelaide workers’ cottage, the Plaster Fun House by Sans-Arc Studio is a playful yet refined home that finds great joy in detail.

North Avoca –
Savio Parsons Architects

As an affront to the typical residential coastal offering, the approach to North Avoca stemmed from a motivation to embrace the site’s many obstacles and create a contextually-responsive architecture.

St Ninians –
Mim Design

Stepping inside the St Ninians project one enters a bold yet peaceful world. St Ninians embraces black, with a thoughtful monochromatic palette that resonates with the clients’ vibrant contemporary art collection.
AND MORE
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