Whiting Architects delivers a stylish design that belies the constraints of a small site in Melbourne’s Albert Park.
The humble breeze block was for a time beloved, and then forgotten. In Frame House by Red Bean Architects, its many valuable qualities suitable especially for the tropical climate, are appreciated once again.
The constraints of early Australian housing typologies encourage architects to thinking creatively about how to respectfully adapt them for modern-day living.
Inspired by historic elements of traditional Singaporean architectural vernacular, this apartment by Goy Architects feels right at home in the present century.
The new Bukit Timah Gate Visitor Pavilion by Genome Architects references the Bukit Timah Core’s history of rubber plantations and railway transport.
Who said floorboards can only be used on the floor? Tongue N Groove’s new space by Tobias Partners reinvents the showroom experience with engineered European oak boards up, down and all around.
Whiting Architects’ renovation of a heritage-listed terrace may have had its fair share of challenges, but it also had a little divine intervention to help it along the way.
How can architects and interior designers work together to create an authentic hotel experience through clever design? And what does that mean? Little Albion Guest House has – and is – the answer.
A bold reconfiguration in the layout of a generous 5-room apartment in Singapore by Nitton Architects completely transforms this flat into a family home.
The existing inner city architectural and community context has been the driver of the design of the Short Lane apartments by Woods Bagot.