House James by Berresford Architecture didn’t begin as a project – just a few exploratory sketches and an idea that proved all too tempting.
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.
Bijl Architecture has renovated a family home using deliberate folds and geometric forms, obscuring the addition from the street while strategically opening it up to the back garden.
This coastal holiday home in Portsea on the Mornington Peninsula reflects the organic and calming beachside landscape that surrounds the cherished residence.
Studio Prineas lets the old treasures of this 1930s California bungalow inform the new design, with inspiration coming from original terrazzo tiles found nestled in the fireplace.
To couple our Habitus #51 cover story regarding Balnarring Beach House’s outdoor shower, we take you through the whole house, that juxtaposes feminine and masculine nuances amongst a spacious family home.
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.