Lately – for reasons that need no explanation – we’ve got to thinking: are modern houses and apartments aptly designed to be lived in 24/7? As it turns out, no; they are not.
When architects design for themselves, creativity knows no bounds. These ten architects own houses showcase profound design tenacity and resolve.
Rebekah Clayton and Michelle Orszaczky have been working from home since they established Clayton Orszaczky. Only recently, however, have they been joined during the day by their loved ones.
Clayton Orszaczky designed a surprisingly substantial addition behind the façade of this worker’s cottage, providing space for the family to grow while maintaining a compact footprint.
A photograph of isolated dwellings on Greeland’s icecaps inspired this barn dwelling in the Sydney’s famous beachside suburb of Bondi. The resulting home, orchestrated by clayton orszaczky, is made special by custom furniture and the art of landscaping. Stephen Todd writes.