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A pragmatic rework by Plus Minus Design has equalised an imbalance between the indoor and outdoor living spaces of a house on an abruptly inclined site.
The humble blockwork materiality and modernist suburban vernacular of its exterior belie the majesty of this beach home, known as Bellows House, by Architects EAT.
Daniel Boddam channelled the vernacular of Brazilian modernism for the extension of a Federation bungalow, in Mosman, Sydney, resulting in a considered and cohesive home.
Whether put to work in a home office or a homey office, here are 9 impeccably designed home workstations that prove to be 100% fit for purpose.
Beyond its fanciful first impressions, this artful Victorian Cottage restoration by Tribe Studio expresses witty resolve and packs an inimitable mixed-use programme to cater for WFH.
An interstitial entry chamber with a definitive mood gives way to an expansive ‘garden room’ in Nic Brunsdon’s artful addition to this heritage cottage in East Fremantle, Perth.
The transformative power of plywood interiors helped Monocot to spruce up this Strathmore Avenue apartment, in Singapore, with personality and warmth.
Architect John Wardle’s house in Kew, Melbourne, tells anecdotes from his past through a curated collection of cherished artefacts, while taking considered steps toward the future.