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A celebration of sculptural curved surfaces, muted organic colour and soft woodgrains at the heart of the family home.
Inspired by the colours and warmth of the Australian land, Laminex presents the new Landscape Series.
Jost Architects created more space and a feeling of openness in this heritage-listed St Kilda worker’s cottage that offered little room to move.
Being a good neighbour doesn’t mean not being able to enjoy your privacy, as this house in Sydney’s beachside Bronte demonstrates.
Iconic late artist David Bowie once said: “I don’t know where I’m going from here, but I promise it won’t be boring.” Bowie may have enjoyed a trip to Ovolo The Valley.
More often than not, the budget drives the building area and design process. In Allan Street House, Gardiner Architects shows us otherwise.
A simple rebuild with the intention of creating more space for a Melbourne artistic family was turned into a playground of colour and imagination at the hands of Sibling Architecture.
With just 24 square metres to work with, architect Brad Swartz has turned this Sydney apartment into a flexible and highly liveable home.
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.
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.
Designed by Glenn Murcutt in conjunction with Wendy Lewin and Reg Lark, the Arthur and Yvonne Boyd Education Centre is considered a masterpiece.
A holiday house for family and friends on Tasmania’s idyllic Bruny Island celebrates the character of the island and offers a total change of pace for the owners.
Fluid yet firmly grounded, public yet surprisingly private, Tim Hooson’s apartment on Auckland’s waterfront is a machine for living. Andrea Stevens catches up with him and partner, Jude, and finds a graceful and streamlined interior.