Kate’s House in St. Kilda, Melbourne, designed by Bower Architecture, demonstrates how a home can be a place of comfort, ease and sheer pleasure. Rebecca Gross writes.
Dan Gayfer Design renovated a home that sought to “turn inner city terrace living on its head” in Melbourne’s Fitzroy that focused on “the convenience of inner city living, without compromising on space, function, interaction, flexibility and light.”
FGR Architects’ Feras Raffoul designs his three-storey home in Melbourne’s Maribyrnong, resulting in a luxurious minimalist concrete structure that is primarily composed of cement and glass.
With sweeping views over the New South Wales Megalong Valley, the ‘Invisible House’ by Peter Stutchbury Architecture captures the essence of the Australian landscape. Ashley Tucker reports.
This 1950s suburban gem, known as the Breeze Block House, is a light-rich and airy home designed by Architect Prineas that has been reconfigured internally to maximise the feeling of space.
It sounds great, ‘Smart Home’, but what does it really mean? How can our homes be smarter? How can we live more consciously? Sven Ehmann, creative director at Gestalten in Berlin, gives us his opinion. He suggests we begin by looking at each word individually: ‘smart’ and ‘home’.