The concrete form of Cabin House by Taliesyn Architecture + Design fosters conversations and slow living, a stone’s throw from the fast pace of Bengaluru (Bangalore).
Channelling Brazilian brutalism, Greg Natale set out to make this house exceptional, fusing patterns, textures and colours in a decidedly local flavour.
The creative homeowners, together with studio AKDA, have peeled back the layers of history on this home through a reductionist process, creating a calming home defined by natural materials and warmth.
Like many Australians, Gary Chard was seduced by life abroad. The event activation designer now calls Mallorca, Spain home, but the tropical similarities to Aussie life are abundant.
Tasked with a brief of renovating for greater accessibility, Bay House not only looks outward, but makes large interior expanses for greater liveability.
With spectacular views of Melbourne’s skyline, Grange Residence is a generous family home in Toorak – a sanctuary of expansive proportions that affords deep-seated luxury.
Furminger wraps a dilapidated weatherboard home in a new skin of heavy concrete and masonry walls that will withstand the elements.
Combining fluid form with expansive views, Rose Bay House by PopovBass takes the experience of a plateau as inspiration for its architecture and interiors.
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.