The largest of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere, a 22-metre-waterfall designed by Waterforms International is a marvel of modern design.
Studio Prineas has given a quaint federation house in Sydney’s inner-west an extension on life, tactfully restoring it as the contemporary family home of four.
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A series of striking concrete forms create a sense of privacy from the street, while wrapping a tranquil fishpond and courtyard at the centre of this home in Indonesia.
Designed to maximise its box office view, this residential project in New Zealand by Condon Scott Architects is ready to face the elements head on.
How do you retain the original charm while making them suitable for modern living? It’s a common issue in many heritage homes, but Pierce Widera has transformed this petite Edwardian cottage into a comfortable family home.
Architect Luigi Rosselli channelled the neogothic spirit of the Arts & Crafts movement, choreographing a team of craftspeople to give this Victorian-era residence in Sydney a new lease on life.
Designed by Takenouchi Webb for hospitality group Merci Marcel, French Fold is a modern brasserie in Singapore and a testament to the firm’s sensitive approach to design.
Borrowed landscape and a highly considered interior outfit saw L Architects transpose this ground floor unit in Singapore to look and feel more akin to landed living.
In New Delhi, India a new style of residence has been designed by Studio Lotus providing comfort and amenity for families as well as reinventing living on a vertical scale.