Thanks to Jon Mikulic, of Newline Design, Roberto Scheriani has a comfortable living space, designed around family, art and the blue sky.
To be at the beach but to indulge in an enclosed compound may sounds paradoxical at first, but Wynn A. Bay finds out what detains guests inside this restaurant-turned-resort that is beside the customised breakfast in bed
Designed as if it was once the conservatory of an eccentric botanist, Coogee Pavilion Rooftop has been brought to life by a design team including Kelvin Ho and Emilie Delalande of Akin Creative, Amanda Talbot, Justin and Bettina Hemmes.
Many of our inner-city houses are terraces; full of character, but often small and at odds with what we want. Transforming poky spaces into spacious family homes, here are five inspiring projects that show Australian architects are well equipped at making small spaces completely liveable.
A dilapidated but heritage-listed house becomes a sustainable, functional and architecturally impressive home for a young family, in Melbourne.
A new, lofty volume to the rear of this Victorian house in Carlton plays on light and shadow in equal measure, as Annie Reid discovers.
A young family in Walsh Bay wanted a welcoming, relaxing and easily maintained home.
When given the opportunity to take on an existing food kiosk in Brisbane’s Wintergarden shopping centre, proprietors Mitch Suchowacki and Dane Louie engaged interior designer Georgia Cannon to help transform the outmoded outlet into a space fit for today’s epicurean consumer.
We often talk about the ‘architectural language’ of a streetscape, and ponder what buildings ‘say’ about us, but this very special house in Melbourne’s Richmond is literally a conversation starter. Ben Morgan takes a look.
An old house in southern Taiwan is given an overhaul, the designers creating a sense of connection between the entire space through the basic elements of light, water and natural vegetation.
The location of our feature shoot for Habitus Issue 26 was Elizabeth Bay House. Amanda Talbot re-imagined it as Picasso's summer house; here, we see it in its original glory.