Techne’s expansion of Rowena Parade pulls the surrounding landscape and garden settings inward, altering and elevating the experience of the home.
This coastal holiday home in Portsea on the Mornington Peninsula reflects the organic and calming beachside landscape that surrounds the cherished residence.
With a growing young family at the heart of the design brief, PLY Architecture have ensured that their latest project, NTH, is a home truly worth living within.
How do you retain the original charm while making them suitable for modern living? It’s a common issue in many heritage homes, but Pierce Widera has transformed this petite Edwardian cottage into a comfortable family home.
Inbetween Architecture’s clever approach on this renovation and addition makes for a family home that is fresh and functional, all while responding to the restrictive heritage constraints.
When the residents of a 1950s bungalow faced the ‘move or improve?’ dilemma, they opted for the latter – calling on THOSE Architects to make staying a reality.
An unusual move sees the main staircase within Makio House in Kuala Lumpur located in the centre of the open-plan living spaces. Yet clad in timber that extends upwards, it becomes a feature in its own right.
Clever design rejuvenates this semi-detached house in a densely populated area of Sydney’s east, giving residents plenty of natural light without sacrificing their privacy.