As we traverse this new normal, our innate connection to the outdoors and the nature’s serenity continues to inspire the way we navigate our everyday experience.
Born of the perennially popular modernist movement, only to be hijacked by public infrastructure; brutalism is something of an enigma when it comes to residential interiors.
Shifted House by SSD Studio in Sydney’s Bondi Beach is a post-war, semi-detached house turned holiday home that exudes calm while respecting its original character and location.
A decrepit home in the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, fallen into a seeming state of disrepair is transformed into an eclectic weekender for a couple seeking a rural sanctuary.
Known for its hand-built kitchen systems, Cantilever Interiors and Victorian-based Stavrias Architecture undertake the renovation and extension of a residence on Stewart Street.
Designed by Downie North, Kondo Condo – named for tidying-up guru Marie Kondo – radiates the sense of calm and beauty that comes from a well-organised space.
A yoga studio, a staircase that drinks light and hand-finished material touches on this fine example of Queenslander Architecture contribute to the textured beauty of Mermaid Beach Residence by B.E Architecture.
Celebrating the prodigious beauty of its location, this beach house by Bark Architects embraces nature and champions passive design to establish a simple but bountiful life for family and friends.
More often than not, the budget drives the building area and design process. In Allan Street House, Gardiner Architects shows us otherwise.