An alteration and addition of a house in an inner-city suburb of Melbourne ticks every box for comfort and amenity, as DREAMER reimagines the old to make new again.
Beginning its life as half of a semi-detached art-deco-styled dwelling, Open Shut House has been extended to account for the ever-changing nature of a family with four young adult children.
With a growing young family at the heart of the design brief, PLY Architecture have ensured that their latest project, NTH, is a home truly worth living within.
When the residents of a 1950s bungalow faced the ‘move or improve?’ dilemma, they opted for the latter – calling on THOSE Architects to make staying a reality.
Architecture and interiors practice, Alexander and Co. has extended a spatially challenged cottage in Mosman, Sydney, to realise its full potential as home to a family of five.
What was old is new again in these five outstanding examples of heritage restoration projects that respond to residents’ modern needs while respecting the history of the site.
David Barr Architects opens up a heritage-listed Federation house to its spacious, sun-drenched site, transforming it into a modern family residence in the process.