These compact residences dotted across our local Region highlight architecture that knows no bounds, and certainly no limits when it comes to maximising the efficiency of minimal spaces.
Casa Chiaroscuro by Biasol contrasts the splendour of light with the beauty of black to create a modern, minimalist, and enchanting family residence in Melbourne.
Chis Connell Designs has designed a modern, sleek, minimalist kitchen for a professional chef in Melbourne, and taken home a title from Sub-Zero and Wolf’s prestigious international Kitchen Design Contest in the process.
Our Melbourne-based architecture writer and editor, Stephen Crafti, shares an overview of what Victoria brought to the 2019 selection for Habitus House of the Year.
Bicycle Thieves by Pierce Widera is a light-filled eatery that celebrates Italian culture and creates captivating food with a contemporary twist.
Human-centred design is at the heart of everything Cantilever does. So much so that the grass-roots kitchen designer and manufacturer has developed a reputation for design integrity that precedes it.
Architect Lucy Clemenger borrowed scenery from the neighbouring Victoria Gardens, and the principles of shakkei, to create an inner-city home connected to green landscape.
In pursuit of more sustainable approaches to vertical living, Brett Robinson of Acre has brought a boutique multi-residential development to life, elevating landscape design to new heights in the process.
All the houses within the 2019 Habitus House of the Year selection are deserving in their own right. These houses, however, made quite an impact on the Habitus team with their striking façades.
Designed by LAYAN and The Flaming Beacon, an illuminated façade screen transforms the interior of Light House with ever-changing light and shadows dependent on the seasons and time of day.