In retaliation against increasing urban density and the unavoidable past-pace of city, this houses connect their residents to greater Australia.
Dover House by Shaun Lockyer Architects represents a contemporary evolution of Queensland’s vernacular architecture, and the practice’s approach to architecture, described as subtropical-inspired regional modernism.
Japanese architect Masato Sekiyo’s innovative and practical approach for a cantilevered concrete structure as a contemporary holiday fishing cabin and residence in Japan’s Ohmine mountain range.
White interiors with solid ash timber ceiling joists hark back to the rustic whitewashed bricks and sun-bleached timber floors of the owner’s beloved childhood home in Southern France.
Dan Gayfer Design has created a contemporary interpretation of the post-war American ranch house for a family that embraces indoor-outdoor living and their rural surrounds.
The five-star Bulgari Hotel debuts at Genesis Beijing, giving visitors and city residents a taste of what’s to come at the progressive, mixed-use development designed by some mighty fine international minds.
Architect Pat De Pont has designed a home for his brother and sister-in-law on family land full of memories. Andrea Stevens discovers a house that embodies a 60-year site history and goes beyond the normal requirements of a three-bedroom home.