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Residential Architecture

Celebrating the Indo-Pacific with the INDE.Awards

The INDE.Awards is unique in its celebration of the Indo Pacific, bringing together the most outstanding in architecture and design to celebrate that which defines our region. Together with Zenith, we explore the projects making a statement.

The dark and the delightful

Raw materials, black on black, warm and sophisticated, the Onyx House is a modern twist on the coastal home. With bold and emotive choices, Story Design Collective brings together a house of design marvels.

An enduring presence

Furminger wraps a dilapidated weatherboard home in a new skin of heavy concrete and masonry walls that will withstand the elements.

Luxury within the landscape

Embodying the idea of a tropical retreat, 3 Ash House in Singapore is a singular design for a particular client.

Quiet achievers

Wellard Architects is a practice that doesn’t make a fuss, or shout out its name. The practitioners of this studio are the quiet achievers but they happen to be making quite a lot of design noise at the moment.

Castle in the sky

Like a castle of times past, the Keep House is a home of refuge thanks to the enshrining foliage and concrete-clad walls.

A monumental memory

Within the nest of homes on the hillside beside the coast, one monolithic structure makes itself known against the waves and shingles.

Art of the forgotten suburbia

In collaboration with musician and producer Trevor Powers, contemporary artist Ian Strange has crafted a new work “Dalison” as a eulogy for a soon-to-be-demolished residence in Wattleup, WA.

More than meets the eye

In Melbourne, this charming terrace designed by DKO in collaboration with Slab Architecture dances between heritage and modernity.