A classic exercise in refuge and prospect, this house by PopovBass on a stunning coastal site is also a celebration of concrete’s domestic potential.
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.
These 5 feats of residential architecture we’ve covered on Habitus Living have stayed with us because they convey so much more than a simple meeting of brief; but a personal connection and deeper understanding between architect and client.