Sunken lounges, aka conversation pits, were the talk of the town in the mid-twentieth century. Guess what, they’re back in a thoroughly modern form.
How are Australian architects embracing characteristics of Brazilian modernism as a functional response to climate and aesthetic response to a brief?
Pleysier Perkins perched a penthouse – a “hide-out” for the parents – on top of this Melbourne home, so that it grows up with the family who live in it.
How vernacular forms, traditional iconography and a legacy of art and architecture are informing contemporary buildings in Papua New Guinea.