These Australian houses are designed to reduce their impact on the earth and provide healthy living environments for residents.
Inspired by nature and the Noosa hinterland, the Teeland Architects founder David Teeland creates architecture that exudes an abiding sense of place.
In Melbourne, Pipkorn&Kilpatrick turn an existing, poorly lit Art Deco home into a generous space where a young family can spend quality time.
Haxstead Garden House on the south coast of New South Wales, designed by Tobias Partners, is a fine architectural example of less being considerably more.
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.
For a young family in Melbourne’s bayside suburb, Robson Rak designs a home that balances an L.A. Pavilion-style with heritage Victorian features.