This Byron Bay resort, wrapped in rainforest, etches the curves of its coastal location providing many things to many people.
Close to the beach and in amongst vibrant native shrubbery, this modern house in coastal Victoria draws inspiration from its Point Lonsdale neighbours. Bower Architecture have created a space in which the residents feel immersed in their surrounding environment.
This modernist, deconstructed home in Sri Lanka champions the residents' desires for a deep-rooted connection to the external world.
In the latest issue of Habitus, Sophia Watson speak to Widi Adnyana about designing his family home, one built around the concept of Sujiva – comfortable living.
It’s a win/win in Collingwood where Six Degrees have designed a new venue for STREAT, providing a youth training academy and revitalising a near-derelict property and industrial streetscape.
There’s nothing wrong with celebrating the golden eras of design, but there’s a fine line before taking it too far. No.19 café by Biasol in Melbourne shows us case-in-point how to lift design cues from our past all the while keeping things contemporary.
The 1890s and 1960s respectfully meet in Nic Owen Architect’s contemporary renovation of a grand old Melbourne manor. Rebecca Gross investigates.
In the growing business district of Beijing’s Chaoyang there is a house where the distinction between indoor and out isn’t so clear, and where architectural forms play off one another
Heavenly clients with a hellish block – how a designer tackled a tricky site to create a home of hidden architecture.
West End is a new residential development in Sydney’s Glebe’s, capturing the suburb’s inner city charm with New York style SoHo apartments
Change is in with air, but is the future of residential design looking bright?
A Trojan Horse has snuck into one of Australia’s busiest cities. And trust us, it’s an invasion you’ll ‘Opa!’ for