The constraints of early Australian housing typologies encourage architects to thinking creatively about how to respectfully adapt them for modern-day living.
The “raw beauty, tough femininity and effortless cool” that weave together to fashion the DNA of Australian fashion label, Aje, have been translated into interior architecture by We Are Triibe for the label’s latest retail store in Claremont Quarter, Perth.
Designed by Madeleine Blanchfield Architects, this bright and breezy family home is filled with sunshine, fresh air and open spaces.
If you moved from an apartment in Hong Kong to a single residence in Sydney, what would you look forward to most? Space, sunlight, fresh air, outdoors, nature?
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.