Architect Luigi Rosselli channelled the neogothic spirit of the Arts & Crafts movement, choreographing a team of craftspeople to give this Victorian-era residence in Sydney a new lease on life.
This house and horse pavilion, designed by Allen Jack + Cottier, has given a herd of wild brumbies freedom and choice and the opportunity to express their wildness.
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.
Despite Wellington’s infamy as one of the world’s windiest cities, the residents of Court House can enjoy their courtyard year-round, thanks to Spacecraft Architects.
With a big impact yet relatively small footprint, Benn+Penna hope this costal house on Sydney’s North Shore can act as a blueprint for appropriate design on Australia’s coastline.
The clients of Dreamer spent seven years on the design (and building approvals) for the Two Sheds House before engaging Ben Shields and his team to contribute to the interior design scheme.