Architecture

When the bones of a building are pre-existing, the interior architecture becomes of utmost importance. These residential, restaurant and retail spaces show just how far interior design can take a space.

Platforms And Atriums At Open Shut House

Beginning its life as half of a semi-detached art-deco-styled dwelling, Open Shut House has been…

Small But Serene: Less is More in Bokey Grant’s Calming MB Apartment

Clever use of space and sharp, attentive design combine for a tasteful – yet affordable…

In Praise of Shadows (and Light)

A 1940’s Ballarat bungalow gets a clever extension that adds volume, light and a connection…

An Apartment That Balances Live And Work

Designing a deeply personal apartment in response to the owners’ lifestyle, Nicholas Gurney has created…

Fusing Two Eras Together

Techne’s expansion of Rowena Parade pulls the surrounding landscape and garden settings inward, altering and…

House RV Realises Life At Its Peak In Sydney’s Inner East

A pragmatic rework by Plus Minus Design has equalised an imbalance between the indoor and…

Where Angles Guide Daylight’s Dance

House James by Berresford Architecture didn’t begin as a project – just a few exploratory…

Bellows House Is An Architectural Sandcastle Made Concrete

The humble blockwork materiality and modernist suburban vernacular of its exterior belie the majesty of…

A Home With A Playful Solution To Outdoor Space

Pop Up House by FIGR Architecture proposes an alternative precedent for new dwellings.

Stealth House: Now You See It, Now You Don’t

Bijl Architecture has renovated a family home using deliberate folds and geometric forms, obscuring the…

A Coastal Home Passed Down Through Generations Gets Refreshed

This coastal holiday home in Portsea on the Mornington Peninsula reflects the organic and calming…

A Place To Congregate: Bona Vista Kitchen In Focus

Studio Prineas lets the old treasures of this 1930s California bungalow inform the new design,…