A Brisbane architect rewrites the narrative of an old Queenslander on a small, steep block with a design that relishes every gradient.
A good home grows as we too, grow. Many think of this as an afterthought, and endeavour to extend and renovate their living format after-the-fact. But what if we designed our homes to evolve from the very beginning?
The Linardi Townhouse in Collingwood, Melbourne, shows what can be achieved on the smallest of sites. Built vertically over six levels, these twin townhouses are beautifully crafted by designers and owners Jesse and Seada Linardi.
A flat in Hong Kong has seen a drastic evolution – or indeed revolution – changing into a mixed use living and working space, taking inspiration from the spatial design of communal village spaces. After all, as they say sometimes, it takes a village…
This waterfront retreat designed by iconic Australian-Japanese architect Koichi Takada is the epitome of an Australian dream home, adorned with a private beach, garden and open-plan living.
How can living with nature be a seamless, problem-free experience? Formwerkz Architects demonstrates this with the Verandah House where the humble terrace plays the main part in uniting indoor and outdoor.
Elements of a cross-continental lifestyle are pieced together like a living mosaic in the design of a new residence, Doorzien House, by Bijl Architecture.
What was once a poorly designed home is now healthy, sustainable and resilient, with a layout by The Design Commission, inspired by the sea cliffs it sits upon.