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.
With a brief that encouraged bold design and an instruction not to be constrained by square and rectangular shapes, Secret Gardens was afforded the opportunity to develop the landscaping and garden.
In response to the brief of reinterpreting Herman Miller’s Bubble Lamp with themes of diversity and inclusion, Woods Bagot created a kaleidoscopic design that includes Indigenous starscapes.
The home of interior designer Jillian Dinkel, 1904 Victorian is a heritage apartment transformed into a rich and surprising family home in Manly.
When reinterpreting the iconic Herman Miller Bubble Lamp with themes of diversity and inclusion, Cox looked to its designers’ individual stories and more broadly to Australia’s indigenous history.
Lande Architects has taken the existing narrative of this Victorian terrace in South Yarra and respectfully strengthened it, creating a renewed sense of adventure in the process.
Reinterpreting the iconic Herman Miller Nelson Bubble Lamp to articulate themes of diversity and inclusion, SJB created a design whose strong base reflects the importance of community support.
With a stainless-steel door set into its side the only indication as to its nature, Gottlieb House is as intriguing today as it was 30 years ago when Wood Marsh designed the building.
With a sensitivity to the spatial qualities of the original architecture, Tom Mark Henry adapts a 1970s townhouse to create an open and welcoming family home designed for entertaining.
Dubbed ‘Arcos’, this is the home of Robert Gray, managing director of high-end construction company Graya, and psychologist Meghan Gray.
Kew Residence by John Wardle Architects represents a project in which decades of lived experience is interwoven with narratives of history.