Fuel your love of travel and architecture by staying in these apartments, villas or houses designed by award-winning contemporary architects.
The curving, terraced form of these Luigi Rosselli-designed modern apartments provided Alwill Interiors with inspiration for a modern and effortless space.
The owner of a joinery company who had previously lived on an expansive 5-acre property surrounded by ample farmland made the decision to move his family into the heart of Sydney city, and into a significantly smaller 3 bedroom apartment.
The idea of living like royalty was a core element in the design of Hallmarc’s Arthur and Tyrian Apartments, with the apartments named after Prince Arthur, the Duke of Connaught and Strathearn and the son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert referencing this.
Newstead has historically been a Brisbane precinct filled with warehouses in a prime inner-city location, and the new Lumira Apartments strike a careful balance of luxury living while honouring the industrial aesthetic.
In downtown Tokyo, a renovated apartment designed by Masatoshi Hirai Architects Atelier features an open living space for a family of four to spend more time together. Joanna Kawecki writes.
Tucked away in Surry Hills, Sharpie’s Golf House has stood as a last vestige of the Sydney suburb’s industrial legacy. Now, PTI Architecture collaborates with fashion designer Collette Dinnigan to turn Golf House into a modern luxury residence.
This spacious apartment in Glenferrie celebrates early 80s glamour and the suburb’s tennis culture. Habitus Living Digital Editor, Ashley Tucker chats to Monique Woodward, architect at WoodWoodWard Architecture about these design influences, and some of the interior design solutions employed that make it a colourful and joyful space to live in.
A- 2 Residential Building is an apartment building located on the border of the urban area of Cosenza; a hilly area, representative of the Calabrian, and characterised by a magnificent vegetation of olive trees.
A small space pushes the creativity of designers; how can a space feel open, at least not cramped, but fit all the necessary amenities? Here we look at apartments from Melbourne to Little India that have done so in their own way.