A Potts Point renovation by Retallack Thompson Architects is an example of contemporary, inner-city living with details throughout that remember the historical context of the street.
This Surry Hills Terrace from Michael Cumming Architect takes inspiration from the local Café lifestyle, with bright yellow awnings and indoor/outdoor zones that blend together.
For this New Zealand family, relocating from Auckland to a rural town has led to a remarkable urban project: a semi-public house complete with a micro café and gallery.
Through form, materiality, light and volume, Nobbs Radford has created varied and surprising places of habitation, often focusing on the place “in-between”.
Celebrating the prodigious beauty of its location, this beach house by Bark Architects embraces nature and champions passive design to establish a simple but bountiful life for family and friends.
Breathe Architecture leverages the beauty of exposed brickwork and the canny use of space to add valuable amenity to a typical Port Melbourne terrace house.
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.