Casa Chiaroscuro by Biasol contrasts the splendour of light with the beauty of black to create a modern, minimalist, and enchanting family residence in Melbourne.
Before Studio Takt reincarnated it as Exoskeleton House, this family residence was a humble 1950s brick bungalow blessed with an unusually large site for its suburban context.
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.
A boutique Jindabyne interior design studio, Maker + May, has taken home second place in the Contemporary Kitchen Award category of Sub-Zero and Wolf’s prestigious international Kitchen Design Contest.
This Japanese residence by FujiwaraMuro Architects boasts a striking double-arced concrete façade that acts as both a screen and structural divider.
Despite its location in the heart of an Indian capital city, Spacefiction Studio has designed this house to ensure that its residents will always enjoy a sense of privacy, lightness, and proximity to nature.
The Masonry is a multi-family residence by stpmj that embodies a playful game of scale amongst the high-density housing of a planned city southeast of Seoul, Korea.
When Arent&Pyke embarked on the renovation of this family residence in Neutral Bay, Sydney, their brief was for a basic re-work of the kitchen and bathrooms.
Channelling the soul of this coastal New South Wales site, Renato D’Ettorre Architects has created a mystical and multi-award-winning residence for a young family of five.
Don’t be fooled by the simple, minimalistic nature of the Clovelly Apartment by James Garvan Architecture. The simplest things often belie design ingenuity and innovation.
In the heart of New Delhi, The Centre Court Villa is home to a modern multi-generational family with textural transitions to demarcate public and private spaces.