Robert Simeoni Architects harmonises heritage and modernity, unveiling the striking presence of the brutalist stainless steel kitchen at Isabella Grove House.
Original character seamlessly intertwines with modern living at Raheen House – designed by C. Kairouz Architects – where the unique vision transcends the boundaries of time.
Goy Architects’ sensitive adjustments and additions to this apartment in Singapore form a cosy home layered with timber and greenery.
The Rivière residences at Kangaroo Point, in Brisbane, are not your typical luxury residential apartments. The finer details of its design tell a story of progressive luxury that embraces modern values of environmentally conscious comfort and inclusivity.
Australian brands Harbour Outdoor and Special Lights have joined forces to cater to the architecture and design community, emphasising their luxurious collections and expert advice on outdoor space improvement.
Designed by Ming Architects in Singapore, the theme of framing defines many aspects of this house — nature, light, shadow and the daily activities of family life.
Designed by Soul Home and GÜD Studios, ‘The Bach’ is set by the serene Illawarra coastline on the New South Wales South Coast. With a focus on this coastal character, the house has undergone a remarkable metamorphosis.
‘Architectural prowess meets unexpected delight’ should be the mantra of renowned architecture and design practice CHROFI. Twenty-one years old and stronger than ever, this studio makes waves – especially with its coastal residential design.
Terra Casa Byron Bay has all the clean, modern lines to make a stunning shot in the round, but there’s more than meets the eye in terms of sustainable materials and climatically informed design in this house by Davis Architects.
In the picturesque neighbourhood of Caulfield, Melbourne, Ivory House – by Homeroom Studio in collaboration with Tecture – stands as a testament to modern design sensibilities.
Hiroshi Nakamura is doing some of the most interesting work on the contemporary Japanese architectural scene. From residential to retail and urban to rural, his practice is one to keep an eye on for observers in Australia and elsewhere.
Channelling Brazilian brutalism, Greg Natale set out to make this house exceptional, fusing patterns, textures and colours in a decidedly local flavour.