The works from David Hick’s LA Studio are usually kept secret but this home in Hollywood Hills reveals his expert styling infused with 1920’s glamour.
Dover House by Shaun Lockyer Architects represents a contemporary evolution of Queensland’s vernacular architecture, and the practice’s approach to architecture, described as subtropical-inspired regional modernism.
Japanese architect Masato Sekiyo’s innovative and practical approach for a cantilevered concrete structure as a contemporary holiday fishing cabin and residence in Japan’s Ohmine mountain range.
White interiors with solid ash timber ceiling joists hark back to the rustic whitewashed bricks and sun-bleached timber floors of the owner’s beloved childhood home in Southern France.
Dan Gayfer Design has created a contemporary interpretation of the post-war American ranch house for a family that embraces indoor-outdoor living and their rural surrounds.
Architect Pat De Pont has designed a home for his brother and sister-in-law on family land full of memories. Andrea Stevens discovers a house that embodies a 60-year site history and goes beyond the normal requirements of a three-bedroom home.
By recontexualising the original brickwork of this Melbourne family home, Inbetween Architecture inject a sense of history in this now contemporary home.