With a growing young family at the heart of the design brief, PLY Architecture have ensured that their latest project, NTH, is a home truly worth living within.
Inbetween Architecture’s clever approach on this renovation and addition makes for a family home that is fresh and functional, all while responding to the restrictive heritage constraints.
The constraints of early Australian housing typologies encourage architects to thinking creatively about how to respectfully adapt them for modern-day living.
Whiting Architects’ renovation of a heritage-listed terrace may have had its fair share of challenges, but it also had a little divine intervention to help it along the way.
Needing more space, John McCabe and Maron Clague approached Auckland architect, Daniel Marshall. Andrea Stevens reports on his contrasting addition to their 1960s house.