Young St sees Tom Mark Henry reimagine a tired one-bedroom terrace into a tranquil and minimalist abode with abundant natural light and novel design solutions.
Pearl Beach House provides a reprieve from the surrounding vegetation, as Polly Harbison Design embraces the challenges of a new typology and changing climate.
The journey of restoring a heritage house resulted in a considered, functional family home. Chambers House, distinct in its brutalist design, remains iconic.
Through a layered approach, Redfern Terrace sees Richards Stanisich propose a refreshing and character rich home for its urban milieu, conjuring a sense of calm.
A Love Letter to Design – The Eames Lounge by Charles and Ray Eames from Herman Miller
Designed by Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller, the iconic Eames Lounge Chair is a love letter to design that is is still as relevant today as it was in 1956.
Clovelly Apartment sees James Garvan Architecture bring a calm and reductive approach to materiality, utilisation of space and clever integration of elements throughout.
Nine’s new home is the result of a successful collaboration. What stands now is a building that celebrates Nine’s history and its dedication to news.
Adam Kane Architects take cues from the home’s coastal milieu to conjure Barwon Heads House as a series of meditative and reductive retreat spaces.
Brazilian Modernism on the Shores of Sydney Harbour – Mosman House by Shaun Lockyer Architects
Mosman House by Shaun Lockyer Architects stretches out across its coastal site in Sydney, capturing views of the water and of the landscape by Dangar Barin Smith.
Three House by John Ellway takes form and its name from the way the home is split across three modules on site, creating a tranquil, flexible home.