To describe Ballarat House by Eldridge Anderson in as few words as possible, there are none more fitting than: “a humble home.”
A simple rebuild with the intention of creating more space for a Melbourne artistic family was turned into a playground of colour and imagination at the hands of Sibling Architecture.
When International Style began making waves in Europe in the early 20th century, it didn’t take long to make its way down the globe into South East Asia. But the real magic happened at the crossing point between east and west.
The owners of this house at Sydney’s Whale Beach wanted a house they could “hose down” – in keeping with the great Australian beach tradition. Heather Barton visited this house by architects, Cullen Feng, which enjoys sublime views down to one of Sydney’s finest beaches and north along the coastline.
Robert Carry visits what is left from the golden age of Cambodia’s Modernist architecture past. While some are being revived, others fall into decay.