How do you retain the original charm while making them suitable for modern living? It’s a common issue in many heritage homes, but Pierce Widera has transformed this petite Edwardian cottage into a comfortable family home.
Designed by LAYAN and The Flaming Beacon, an illuminated façade screen transforms the interior of Light House with ever-changing light and shadows dependent on the seasons and time of day.
The idyllic Blue Mountains of New South Wales has a secret – a secret that’s as aesthetically inspired as it is environmentally friendly. Meet the Hazelbrook Eco Home.
Can a 439 square-metre-house in Vaucluse really balance geometry and geography without compromising? Crescent House by Matthew Woodward proves it can.
Although discreetly nestled in its streetscape, this concrete home is an unexpected find in Melbourne’s middle ring suburb Essendon, where red brick period dwellings dominate.
You would never know what lies beyond this single-fronted worker’s cottage from looking at its façade. But there are a series of surprises in store.
The continuous gush of natural light in Split End House by Mártires Doyle results in a dramatic transformation that encourages residents to experience their home with a completely new outlook.