Residing in Sydney’s inner west, this semi-detached house has undergone a significant transformation, underneath the watchful gaze of Lot 1 Design.
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.
Clayton Orszaczky designed a surprisingly substantial addition behind the façade of this worker’s cottage, providing space for the family to grow while maintaining a compact footprint.
bureau^proberts director Terry McQuillan and his wife, interior designer Charlie McQuillan transformed a heritage-listed Brisbane worker’s cottage for the modern era.
A new Perth home from State of Kin sees heritage style industrial aesthetics expressed in a welcoming home – belying the fact that this is in fact an entirely new build.
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.
Herzog & de Meuron’s thoughtful intervention to the historic fabric of a former police station transforms a walled-off compound into a nexus of cultural exchange.
Whiting Architects’ renovation of a heritage-listed terrace may have had its fair share of challenges, but it also had a little divine intervention to help it along the way.
A dilapidated but heritage-listed house becomes a sustainable, functional and architecturally impressive home for a young family, in Melbourne. Words by Tess Ritchie.