Bay Pearl by Kirsten Johnstone Architecture transforms an existing Brighton family home through an innovative renovation and reconfiguration.
DKO Founder and Principal, Koos de Keijzer, and Clemence Harvey de Keijzer, Director of Harvey Taylor have transformed their country home into an off-the-grid haven in Central Victoria.
The design of a new extension at McPhail House doesn't harshly define a beginning and end to the home's chapters; rather it runs on its own harmonious continuum, along the connected interior views and sweeping curves of bespoke finishes.
Many design moves come together at Heirloom House by J. Kidman Architecture, each one creating a home where every corner is usable.
In the verdant landscapes of Kunming, China, KiKi ARCHi brings life to an old dwelling, where textured walls wrap around the inhabitants.
Rethinking the classic ‘ex-govie’ (ex-Government House) Josh Mulford Architects (JMA) has embraced the quality and aesthetic of the original robust build with a high-quality refit that remains cognizant of budget and sustainability.
When two school friends reconnected over a shared love of design and sustainability, the opportunity to collaborate did more than give new life to a 110-year-old house – it cemented a friendship while making a poetic story in the process.
Joining two terrace houses together, Brahman Perera’s West Block pulls apart and puts back together the floor plan on this residence, while being unapologetically authentic in the design.
Finding clever ways to dovetail old and new, Brunswick House is a labour of love for the designer, who is also the homeowner.
Showcasing a thoughtful, client-centred approach to renovating, Ruskin Street is stunning, sustainable, and truly unique.
Delectable like an Italian dessert, yet pragmatic in both function and materiality, Casa Cassata is a robust family home that delights.
Timber defines the character of this small worker’s cottage in Rozelle, a material the owner has worked with for years as a sculptor.