Warm minimalism with the Creer House

The Creer House by Hancock Architects sees a contemporary and minimalist residential design imbued with a sense of warmth for a family friendly result.

A Modern Dining Experience at Gerrale St. Kitchen

Drawing inspiration from early modernist and mid-century modern architecture, Humphrey & Edwards Architects’ design for Gerrale St Kitchen is well-fitted to the beachside suburban context it resides in.

Would you live in a Former Pigeon Shed?

MCK has transformed a neglected inner city warehouse once full of pigeons into a home for a young couple and child… meet the Pigeon Shed.

A Minimalist and Brutalist Residence

Robert Davidov is the architect of Toorak's LSD Residence, a stunning and spacious home that uses a neutral palette to create warmth.

Northcote Residence

This home by K2LD Architects plays with internal scale to make the most of sweeping views across Melbourne

Alfred House Embraces the Laneway

A reconfigured working of a two storey, two-bedroom residence, the Alfred House melds the idea of a courtyard with the existing laneway

The Spiralling Staircase of the Tusculum St Residence

The Tusculum St Residence is the result of an exciting renovation of a turn-of-the-century terrace house in Sydney that focuses on a grand spiralling staircase.

Rising Sun Workshop Opens with a Warm Welcome

Newtown’s newest café is an industrial style eatery set within a motorcycle workshop and thriving community hub. Leanne Amodeo reports on its inception.

How An Australian Home Captures the Essence of Australia

With sweeping views over the New South Wales Megalong Valley, the ‘Invisible House’ by Peter Stutchbury Architecture captures the essence of the Australian landscape. Ashley Tucker reports.

Remaking Sydney’s Iconic Golf House

Tucked away in Surry Hills, Sharpie’s Golf House has stood as a last vestige of the Sydney suburb’s industrial legacy. Now, PTI Architecture collaborates with fashion designer Collette Dinnigan to turn Golf House into a modern luxury residence.

Creativity and style in the Farmhouse

Farming vernacular and rural architecture stood as inspirations for this trio of Victorian farmhouse barns

Coastal Revival

An alterations and additions project by Archterra sees the upgrade of an existing 70s weatherboard cottage to allow the owners, long-time wheatbelt residents, to make a permanent seachange

A New Lease on Life

The challenge of re-birthing a poorly renovated and compromised 1930’s dwelling resulted in a contemporary and charming design; the Richmond Hill house.


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