Timber is without a doubt the most popular fencing material around the world. Here are some ideas to make the most of your timber fence.
Darkened timbers jut out as an extension of the fence on the façade of Host House, while the interior embraces the charm of the original cottage.
Working with a challenging triangular-shaped site, this home in Elwood, Melbourne, is a contemporary house that responds to both the majestic gum trees and locals who pass by on a daily basis.
In this picturesque home, the new owner’s wanted to modernise without losing sight of its original heritage and charm. The bathroom became the catalyst for clean lines and lots of timber.
Collectivus creates an immersive wellness escape at Eden Health Retreat with luxury cabins that celebrate a natural material palette and spectacular views.
Emerging British furniture designer Mac Collins explores his own Caribbean heritage and its place in contemporary British society through finely crafted timber.
Timber – and building materials in general – have been under pressure from global supply chain issues. What does it mean if you’re building or renovating? Industry experts share insight into the causes and what they predict comes next.
High end joinery and a dedication to refined craftsmanship lie at the heart of Boris Tošić’s work. It comes as no surprise, then, that Tošić’s Elan Plus and Skupa ranges, available at Living Edge, exhibit an exemplary display of timberwork and a unique comprehension of furniture design.
Alexis Dornier honours timber and the surf history of Uluwatu in Aperture House, a passively designed building that embodies the architect’s theory of tropical-tectonic design.
Before Studio Takt reincarnated it as Exoskeleton House, this family residence was a humble 1950s brick bungalow blessed with an unusually large site for its suburban context.
Architect Lucy Clemenger borrowed scenery from the neighbouring Victoria Gardens, and the principles of shakkei, to create an inner-city home connected to green landscape.
The transformation of an elegant Ashgrovian Queenslander on a sloping site sees an architect’s studio carved into the thermal mass beneath his primary residence.
These Australian houses are designed to reduce their impact on the earth and provide healthy living environments for residents.
Benn+Penna create a calm and contemplative living space with a low-contrast material palette and kitchen joinery designed like furniture.
Royal Oak Floors have been experts in delivering the warmth and reliability of oak flooring for over 30 years, but the charm and aesthetics of the brand are only half the story…
Compact yet flexible spatial planning characterises this extension to a traditional, and largely untouched, workers cottage in Sydney by Mark Szczerbicki Design Studio.
ONG&ONG expands on the Modernist language of a house, and adapts it for a multi-generational family in Singapore.
A small Fremantle workers cottage on a uniquely shaped site has been opened up to its surroundings in a renovation by Philip Stejskal Architects.
In the Assembled House, Park + Associates’ ingenious response to challenging authority regulations results in an engaging, light-filled semi detached house defined by its circulation and layering of internal volumes.
Can the same spatial benefits of a standalone dwelling be appropriated for the multi-residential model? K2LD Architects attempts to answer that question with Collection XI in Melbourne.