Striking the balance between luxury and liveability is a challenge for any designer, home-owner, builder or developer. In fact, it's what most people aim for – getting the most out of resources so that a product delivers satisfaction, both in a visual and economic sense.
Designed by David Weir Architects, "The Exploding! Shed House" is a successful experiment in small footprint living for modern Perth.
Twofold Studio's Melissa Blight was tasked with designing the complete interiors for this home renovation on the river at West End in Brisbane. Taking the approved DA plans and working within the building envelope and planning structure, Twofold has brought the interior spaces to life, creating a functional living environment reflective of the homeowners aesthetic and lifestyle.
Timeless in its aesthetics, this home sits comfortably within its surroundings and provides a warm family feel while coexisting with a degree of formality
Once most famed for its bohemian lifestyle, the Byron Bay of today is re-establishing itself as a boutique resort town. Alongside its stunning coastline, the region is now often most recognised for its rising number of design-savvy accommodation – unique boutique hotels that are helping to redefine the beach shack and reinvigorate the surf town. Sarah Bristow reports.
When boxes of space are divided with attention to guest’s experience. Wynn A. Bay unfolds the elegance intimacy of each boxes.
Today, this mid-century modern home is as contemporary and liveable as it ever was and proof of the longevity of well-considered modernist design. Rebecca Gross reports.
The Jackson Clements Burrows design May Grove house combines and eye catching abstract exterior with a warm and homely open plan interior
This five-bedroom home in Glen Iris, Melbourne, provides a spacious yet intimate environment for a family that loves spending time outdoors. Rebecca Gross reports.
TKD Architects have given a modern spin on an 1860s heritage listed Newtown house in Sydney's inner west
Designed by Melbourne studio Glow Design Group for a couple with a growing family, this three-bedroom dwelling in rural Victoria ticks all the right boxes; contemporary in appearance, bush fire-resistant, energy efficient, all while maximising the surrounding vista.
Matt Woods Design has transformed a Sydney industrial space into The Rabbit Hole, a Japanese inspired organic tea bar