This off-shutter concrete house by Durbach Block Jaggers brings the studio’s signature style to Point Piper.
An experimental “aqueous” concrete façade curves fluidly around Brush House, a Melbourne family home designed by Leeton Pointon Architects.
Providing shelter from the harsh coastal environment, D Residence is a multi-level concrete home in Scarborough, WA, designed by CAPA for a young, active family of avid surfers.
On a corner plot of land in the centre of Bangkok, 55 Sathorn is a contemporary, luxurious family home that feels far from its populous neighbourhood.
Striated House by Sri Lanka’s Palinda Kannangara Architects embraces natural elements for sustainable cooling and clever privacy measures to make this tropical Colombo residence a secluded retreat.
A cool-toned, sophisticated palette makes this new coffee shop in Richmond an elevated version of a much-loved Collingwood café – designed by Sans-Arc Studio.
Set against a busy arterial road in Singapore, Cove House by Ming Architects strategically blocks out the harsh surroundings.
A series of striking concrete forms create a sense of privacy from the street, while wrapping a tranquil fishpond and courtyard at the centre of this home in Indonesia.
In a rarely seen move, Gaurav Roy Choudhury Architects builds a house to its boundaries in order to get the most of nature – but in this case, nature is found inside its four walls.