How are Australian architects embracing characteristics of Brazilian modernism as a functional response to climate and aesthetic response to a brief?
Pleysier Perkins perched a penthouse – a “hide-out” for the parents – on top of this Melbourne home, so that it grows up with the family who live in it.
The new ceramic basins by Archier with Tasmanian ceramicist Lindsey Wherrett signal a demand for custom-made bathroom products.
Good for people and the environment, passive solar home design improves the thermal comfort and energy efficiency of a home using the resources of the sun and wind.
See Through House, designed by Singapore Architecture Design Company Wallflower Architecture + Design, inadvertently showcases environmental conservation efforts in architecture by way of protected Tembusu trees found on site.