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.

Chasing A Better Outlook

Two rounds of ill-conceived renovations to this workers cottage in Balmain amounted to a big…

5 Kitchens That Act As The Spine Of The House

This collection of kitchens designed by architects, spread across the Region, facilitate a vibrant home…

Reviving The Joy Of 1950s Modernism

Refurbished by Richards Stanisich, this house reflects the client’s love of mid-century modern and the…

A Fine Scene For Fine Cuisine

In Hong Kong, JJ Acuna / Bespoke Studio has created a contemporary fine-dining restaurant, fit…

Grand Things Come in Small Packages

Tsai Design demonstrates how small-footprint architecture can be generous and achievable.

What Life Could Look Like In Adelaide Hills

Architect James Allen’s first commission in Adelaide Hills, SA, running his eponymous practice is certainly…

A Case For Concrete

The residents of Danny’s House were eager to have a house that challenged convention and…

The Art Of Homemaking

Terrace houses don’t need to be forbidding dark tunnels, as this light- and art-filled continuous…

This Sustainable House Puts Comfort First

In Melbourne’s leafy eastern suburb of Blackburn, Clare Cousins Architects has designed a remarkable home…

How Do They Make It Look So Effortlessly Resolved?

By taking inspiration from Japanese design elements, AMP Design Co. gave this pared-back apartment a…

Three Years In The Making And Worth Every Minute

After three successful years of Merivale’s Coogee Pavilion, patrons hyped up the mysteriously closed middle…

Where Horses And Humans Freely Co-Exist

This house and horse pavilion, designed by Allen Jack + Cottier, has given a herd…