Shaun Lockyer Architects has designed this kitchen space a casual space for family breakfast, lunch and dinner – a kitchen calculated to be multifunctional and versatile in the truest sense
The two halves of this Sydney home – different as they are and separated by over 100 years – share a lot more than a unifying colour scheme.
Sitting as one of three in a row, this townhouse in the Melbourne beachside suburb of Elwood, is separated from its neighbour by a concrete party wall cutting from front to back.
Curves aren’t so common inside newly-renovated apartments. Then again not every apartment boasts an imposing and curvaceous grand piano just inside the front door either
This pared-back dwelling by Archier, bridging mid-century modernist architecture with industrial rural language, is first and foremost a response to the owner’s mentality and intriguing lifestyle
Best known for his later work on the Victorian Arts Centre and National Gallery, it was between 1939 and 1941 architect Roy Grounds finessed his trademark Modernist style on a series of apartment buildings in and around Melbourne’s inner southern suburbs. James Stephens and James Geer explore one of the most iconic, Toorak’s Moonbria, an ode to Grounds’ perfection of tiny spaces
In this home by Craig Steere Architects an aluminium box form extrudes and appears to perch gracefully on a sculptured column that mimics tree forms of the park opposite
Plugging contemporary life into traditional and heritage spaces is never easy, but when those spaces lack natural light it’s a much tougher challenge.
Built by the beach in a leafy subtropical idyll, the simplest of bathing facilities make the most of the great outdoors
Architect Chris Bosse creates a home for himself that balances clean lines, classic and custom design elements with the structure’s original Victorian charms
The extension to a new inner Melbourne home uses bricks found on the site to add an historical link to the design conversation