Austin is the refurbishment of a rundown warehouse in the heart of Surry Hills. What stands now is a modern mixed development.
A big but poorly planned residence in Victoria has received a new lease on life thanks to Wilson Architecture, as Annie Reid discovers.
The owners of this house at Sydney’s Whale Beach wanted a house they could “hose down” – in keeping with the great Australian beach tradition. Heather Barton visited this house by architects, Cullen Feng, which enjoys sublime views down to one of Sydney’s finest beaches and north along the coastline.
From using it as a tool for ventilation to employing concrete for aesthetic purposes, we look at 6 homes across the Habitus region that use this robust material as a feature.
Once a chicory kiln, House for Hermes on Philip Island, by Andrew Simpson Architects, is now a spacious weekend retreat for a Melbourne family. Imbued with history and attached to location.
Being close to a project isn’t always the best thing. Leigh Elwood discovered this while refurbishing her home in Melbourne, which required the insight of people outside the circle, to get it right. Jenna Reed Burns reports.
Japanese design house Nendo teams up with international fashion label BEIGE to create something much more than your average retail space. Words by Sophia Watson.
SLADE ARCHITECTURE in collaboration with MASS STUDIES created a home for a family that blurs the line between 'public' and 'private' space. In design, this idea finds expression in a pixel-looking building.
The Terminus Hotel – or the ‘grand old lady’ of Abbotsford, is a Melbourne institution. Thanks to an inspiring collaboration between Sand Hill Road and Techné Architecture + Interior Design, it has a new lease on life.
Nestled in the foothills of Mount Wellington, Tasmania, Little Big House responds directly to its location and celebrates its beauty.
The founder of Spence and Lyda does not follow fashion. Paul McGillick discovers she follows her own taste.