Undoubtedly the biggest issues facing city-based architects are around space. However, AGo Architects prove that even in compact areas you don’t always need as much as you may think.
Founded in 2018, Jakarta-based architecture firm, AGo Architects take sustainable living to advanced levels as it seeks out how to maximise space and materials for healthy living.
Alexis Dornier honours timber and the surf history of Uluwatu in Aperture House, a passively designed building that embodies the architect’s theory of tropical-tectonic design.
Originating as a father-daughter duo, NRN Architects have worked on over 50 projects that focus on sustainability as a way of living – from inner Melbourne to rural Gippsland – since starting up the business in 2012.
Blending the traditional Chinese garden with modern working spaces, The Garden Island Courtyard Renewal from epos architecture immerses the user into passive nature.
On 7 November 2019, the project of Pritzker Prize-winning architecture and design firm SANAA, Sydney Modern – the long-discussed Art Gallery of NSW extension – finally began construction over two decommissioned WWII naval oil tanks in Sydney’ Domain.
Nicholas Gurney is a designer who considers minimal living a testament to his design practice through maximising space and materials.
A Potts Point renovation by Retallack Thompson Architects is an example of contemporary, inner-city living with details throughout that remember the historical context of the street.
Homage to Oscar is a classic piece of 1960s modernist architecture brought back to life by updating and finishing the original home by George Reeves.
This Surry Hills Terrace from Michael Cumming Architect takes inspiration from the local Café lifestyle, with bright yellow awnings and indoor/outdoor zones that blend together.
The Toyko Digital Art Museum is brought to you by the Tokyo-based art collective teamLab and Japanese developers, Mori Building Co. They take a borderless approach to art and architecture in an immersive experience.