Instead of building up, Mitsuori Architects dug down, resulting in a home that responds better to the needs and aspirations of its occupants.
Sympathetically coalescing the original Victorian architecture with the 1980s renovation by architect Mick Jörgensen, Studio Bright’s contemporary extension on Autumn House is masterful.
Wellard Architects is a practice that doesn’t make a fuss, or shout out its name. The practitioners of this studio are the quiet achievers but they happen to be making quite a lot of design noise at the moment.
Dan Gayfer Design has reimagined a jaded family home with mid-century accents and stellar planning for a food-loving family of four.
Despite having free reign for a complete knock-down, Figr Architecture chose to work with the existing home, where tradition formed an integral part of the design.
Maike Design has considered the specific needs of felines and their owners in this thoughtfully reconfigured Melbourne home.
Timmins + Whyte nicknamed this Abbotsford house “10 Fold” in reference to its architectural language and the fact that its owners enjoy it ten times more than anyone could have anticipated.
Some dwellers seek the kind of privacy that requires high fences, demarcating their property from their neighbours. The vision for Dover Townhouses was to do just the opposite.
Techne’s expansion of Rowena Parade pulls the surrounding landscape and garden settings inward, altering and elevating the experience of the home.
Mitsuori Architects believes that space is a valuable commodity – and they know how to use every inch.
Designed by Modscape, this home in St Kilda integrates everything the clients desired within a minimal footprint and maximum outcome.