The following 5 residential projects showcase the outstanding performance of brickwork in a functional and aesthetic manner.
Bangkok-based design studio SS:AR has reimagined the traditional architectural vernacular of Thailand to create a modern yet modest holiday home in Chiang Mai.
Going against the grain of the typical minimalist, modern café atmosphere, Arnun Wattanaporn wanted to create a feeling of cosiness for Kaizen Coffee Co. in the heart of Bangkok.
The Masonry is a multi-family residence by stpmj that embodies a playful game of scale amongst the high-density housing of a planned city southeast of Seoul, Korea.
Channelling the soul of this coastal New South Wales site, Renato D’Ettorre Architects has created a mystical and multi-award-winning residence for a young family of five.
It took the residents of this Brick House in Bangalore, India, twelve years to decide they’d outgrown their former residence. This new build by Collective Project responds to the family’s needs now and into the future.
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.
Portsea Beach Shack, designed by Pleysier Perkins, is open, relaxed and robust for family and friends to casually gather, enjoying the beach vibes and good times.
A new Perth home from State of Kin sees heritage style industrial aesthetics expressed in a welcoming home – belying the fact that this is in fact an entirely new build.
Thai architecture firm, Onion, breathes into Sala Ayutthaya an alluring sense of poetry as it introduces contemporary form into a historic setting.
A client brief is overhauled, remnants of an industrial past are salvaged and a remarkable family home is created by Carter Williamson