Robson Rak has created a dynamic home that elevates the everyday while catering to the needs of a young, bustling family of seven.
This home at Bronte Beach in Sydney’s eastern seaboard is designed to soak up as much of the far-reaching Pacific Ocean views on offer, while creating a “place for peace” for its occupants.
This New Zealand home designed by and for architect Paul Clarke of Studio 2 Architects features personalised touches that relate to the family that reside within it and a floorplan.
Designed as both an art gallery and a family home, JARtB House is an architect’s own home that explores the relationship between art and architecture.
Pacific House by Penman Brown is a story of dramatic design transformation, turning an interior designer's own family home into a stylish beach house.
A modern farm house designed by LiteraTrotta Architecture for a family of four, Hawkesbury Farmhouse is a sophisticated and elegant home that allows for an appreciation of the outdoors.
A contemporary family home located in Melbourne’s bayside, Brighton East from InForm was designed in conjunction with project architects Pleysier Perkins.
An architect's own home designed for multi-generational living, the Ballast Point House by Fox Johnston uses a simple palette of materials.
Set on an elevated site facing north towards the beach, Madeline Blanchfield Architects’ Tree House takes its names its position amongst the treetops.
Set in Rose Bay above Sydney Harbour, Jewel House by Stafford Architecture is a sculptural family home designed to make the most of its site.
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A Sophisticated Transformation – Herne Bay Townhouse by Oli Booth Architecture
Oli Booth Architecture transforms of an existing 1990s townhouse set in Herne Bay into a sophisticated home-away-from-home for California-based clients.
For Rebecca Trenorden, associate director at Carr, the return to the workplace after the upheaval of 2020 has brought into focus the importance of workplace design that supports wellbeing.