Designed by Architects Ink the MH House, Saint Peters, South Australia, consists of a pavilion-style addition and the refurbishment of a dilapidated Victorian bluestone villa. The clients wished for a simple open-plan design, yet intimate in scale, for a new family living space with plenty of natural light and a strong connection to the outdoors
Designed by Edition Office, Fenwick St Residence in Victoria, Australia, is perched on the edge of an escarpment with immediate views along the river as potent as the expansive horizon which unfolds to the north.
Resilience and endurance were at the forefront of the minds of the family at Wings Way in Skene’s Creek, Victoria, Australia. Having lost their original, much loved, family home to fire they needed the replacement design to provide a sense of safety and permanence.
The Foundry is setting a new benchmark for world-class sustainable developments, bringing together leading technology and green design to create a cutting-edge work environment that meets the highest sustainability standards and delivers a leading destination for innovation in a refined and deeply human architecture
Designed by Moloney Architects, Lyons St House in Ballarat, Australia, is a contemporary alterations and additions project for a down-sizing couple who wanted to create a home with ample sunlight, ease of access, and a close connection to the garden
On the leafy shoreline of Clareville Beach, Australia, this new residential dwelling recedes behind a green canopy cascading from the rooftop down and growing up from below blurring the lines between outside and in. The Rama Architects designed M House hints of Brazilian Modernism are seen in the concrete form with deep drawn-out eaves, voids and openness
Dulwich Hill Duo is a new semi-detached dual occupancy house located in Sydney, Australia. With housing affordability becoming an increasingly prevalent issue, the project offered an opportunity to not only provide a cost-effective outcome for Blake Letnic Architects’ clients but contribute to improving housing density and diversity within the suburban fringes
Hughesdale Extension in Victoria, Australia, by Block Architecture Studio. The extension to this 1920’s era red clinker brick original dwelling removed the previous lean to addition, while lightly touching the existing fabric of the building.