Architect Luigi Rosselli channelled the neogothic spirit of the Arts & Crafts movement, choreographing a team of craftspeople to give this Victorian-era residence in Sydney a new lease on life.
When architects design for themselves, creativity knows no bounds. These ten architects own houses showcase profound design tenacity and resolve.
Homage to Oscar is a classic piece of 1960s modernist architecture brought back to life by updating and finishing the original home by George Reeves.
The curving, terraced form of these Luigi Rosselli-designed modern apartments provided Alwill Interiors with inspiration for a modern and effortless space.
Marrying the architectural heritage of an old Sydney worker’s cottage with contemporary design principles is no easy task, but for the Hill Cottage, that’s just what Luigi Rosselli Architects did.
Luigi Rosselli Architects recently won a TERRA Award for The Great Wall of WA, an ambitious structure featuring 12 musterers’ quarters built into a sand dune in the Pilbara region. Leanne Amodeo reports on the project’s award-winning form.