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.
The renovation and extension to this Brisbane home fuses contemporary and traditional architecture to bring a new focus to sweeping city views.
The Gordon’s Bay House overcomes a steep site to gracefully walk a line between privacy and spectacular views.
The relationship between nature and architecture is clear in this project by ONG&ONG. As well as a sense of natural tactility in the materials, the family home in Singapore has been designed around a 'colossal' pre-war Rain Tree that existed on the site.
From the first meeting with clients Angie and Vic, and their Dalmatian Pirate, the brief [&hellip
When the Shoo family fell in love with an old brick barn they didn’t know it came with a house connected to Robin Boyd and a neighbour with an eye for local history.
Brutalist Architecture reminds us you've got to be cruel to be kind.
The architects behind these homes took what we expected them to do and threw it back in our faces.
These homes may be cosy but what they're lacking in space they more than make up for in imagination and innovation.