Positioned halfway up Richmond Hill, Patrick Jost brings industrial touches and a rooftop view to the Richmond House, a family home for a friend.
Through fusing restraint and a honed eye, Williams Burton Leopardi rearticulates a confused 1990s home to engage with its intended Modernist principles, while opening embracing its enviable view.
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.
Studio Prineas lets the old treasures of this 1930s California bungalow inform the new design, with inspiration coming from original terrazzo tiles found nestled in the fireplace.
We speak with Eva-Marie Prineas, founder of Studio Prineas, about what makes kitchen and bathroom spaces special, and the non-negotiables when designing a home.
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.