Foomann designs a modern update and extension to a mid-century gem in Melbourne.
The constraints of early Australian housing typologies encourage architects to thinking creatively about how to respectfully adapt them for modern-day living.
Whiting Architects’ renovation of a heritage-listed terrace may have had its fair share of challenges, but it also had a little divine intervention to help it along the way.
The evolution of a Melbourne home from an untouched dark 1930s house to an innovative, light space is a story of how considered design can improve all aspects of life.
Heralded in the industry as one of the finest designers in his field, having recently completed the renovation of his own home Jonathan Richards shares his thoughts on his work and how it has influenced his personal style.
What was once a poorly designed home is now healthy, sustainable and resilient, with a layout by The Design Commission, inspired by the sea cliffs it sits upon.
Renovating a heritage home is never an easy task, particularly when the house has a rich aesthetic and history of being an inter-war period home. Tasked with reimagining the residence as a contemporary, multi-generational home, Lai Cheong Brown took the challenge head on.
As an 18-year-old-boy Josh White walked through a dilapidated old building with no roof and thought, “wow, this would make a great house”. Twenty-two years later, he bought it.