Indoors or out? Upstairs or down? Picnic or pool party? Edwardian or Contemporary? Neil Architecture met their future clients, observed their future brief for a young – and growing – family, and came back with a home that has it all.
Located in Petaling Jaya, Kuala Lumpur, the SS3 House possesses generous spatial volumes conveyed with raw materials that backdrop a vast collection of memorabilia, creating a homely atmosphere for a family spanning three generations. Stephanie Peh writes.
They say the grass is greener, but in this case the water is bluer. This idyllic holiday houseboat moored in Sydney Harbour means its owners have the best of both land and sea.
Don’t get comfortable because nothing lasts forever, right? Maybe. But the residents of this home weren’t having a bar of it. Instead they had their home change with them.
An Irish family is living their Australian Dream surrounded by the nature and wildlife of the archetypal Aussie Outback.
A passion project seven years in the making, the Five Yards House is a home designed around the garden – both literally and figuratively – channelling the serenity and order of well groomed greens.
Brisbane’s latest development in Coorparoo walks a fine line between heritage and modernity with original townhouses restored with contemporary interiors, and new townhouses built in a heritage style.
Recalling the iconic brownstone buildings of New York City, this renovated 1920s duplex sees Sydney housing and offers a grand solution on a human scale.
In a quiet Queenstown neighbourhood, a family house by RT+Q Architects defies the disadvantages of its site and poses creative solutions to bring light and air into its interior spaces. Olha Romaniuk writes.
Though its famously moody climate is perhaps more often endured than enjoyed, Tasmania’s rugged splendour has always drawn a crowd.
Ben Callery Architects were charged with clients who wanted to move up not out, strict council regulations, and sustainable living in all its forms.