Breaking free from the common approach of defining spaces by their function, TT Apartment explores the idea of a transformable space; a design that seeks to accommodate life in a tight spatial layout. Words by Philippa Daly
This house was designed and built by its owners, architects Kausar Hukumchand and Sarita Chand, to be a model of ingenuity, affordability and environmental civility. Paul McGillick discovers a bushland refuge in suburban Sydney
“A family home in which to hang art” was John Gow’s brief to architect Richard Priest when he and partner Sara Howard renovated their villa in Auckland’s Herne Bay. Andrea Stevens visits the gallery owner and finds a warm house full of stories and treasures
Prominent architect Corbett Lyon has created a home in Melbourne that is both house and public museum. Stephen Crafti explores Lyon’s dedication to the arts and the way he combines public and private spaces
The beauty of recycled timber is only partly aesthetic – its former function adds a whole other appeal. Jaz Sidhu visited the island of Langkawi in Malaysia and discovered a home designed by Building Bloc that generates new life for old timber electricity poles.
Interrupting a repeated motif of weatherboard homes in the inner-Melbourne suburb of Abbotsford, Architect Julie Firkin of JFA has added a contemporary, bright and functional pavilion that elevates and expands its linked residence.
Showcasing the finest range of natural stone in a series of integrated outdoor spaces, the landscape design for the renovation of this North Adelaide residence achieves a natural aesthetic. Thomas Tran writes.