Melbourne

How Nest Architects looked at mid-century modern from a new perspective

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.

How this house by Nest Architects forms a backdrop to family life

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.

Showcasing Australian Creativity at Life Instyle

Brands on the cooler side of style and design will be appearing at Life Instyle 2015, Australia's distinguished trade event

Small Space, Big Thinking

An innovative new home from Schulberg Demkiw in Melbourne’s beachside suburb of Elwood strikes a serene balance between openness and privacy

The New Move Yoga

Wanting to challenge the staid Melbourne Yoga scene, Move Yoga sought to create a space of calm and tranquility – a retreat for the everyday urban-worker.

Charming Melbourne Renovation: A Photo Essay

A newly renovated home in Melbourne's inner city showcases a timeless aesthetic and immaculate build from Nest Architects.

This House Applies the Surrealist Technique ‘Cubomania’

A dilapidated but heritage-listed house becomes a sustainable, functional and architecturally impressive home for a young family, in Melbourne. Words by Tess Ritchie.

Conversation Starter – The Hello House

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.

6 Built-In Lounges

Getting creative with a small space, creating nooks to nestle in, or embracing a tricky site are all reasons for creating lounges that dip down, up or push back into a wall. Today we look at a handful of these creative spaces.

Like Minds

Being close to a project isn’t always the best thing. Leigh Elwood discovered this while refurbishing her home in Melbourne, which required the insight of people outside the circle, to get it right. Jenna Reed Burns reports.