We look at five contemporary Australian homes that have been inspired by the country’s traditional architectural language.
The Olympic standard of place-driven design has been exemplified in this recently completed residence by Melbourne-based architecture and interior design studio Carr.
In rural New Zealand Herbst Architects turns a seemingly limitless space into one neatly organised around three simple box forms.
Food, space and service come together to create an unforgettable experience at Brae, a restaurant that brings new meaning to growing, preparing and consuming. Alice Blackwood reports.
Black/white, solid/open, permanent/temporary are some of the contrasts at play in this house on Great Barrier Island in New Zealand. Andrea Stevens meets the architects, Jeff Fearon and Tim Hay to talk about active skins, screening and creating privacy.
Inspired by a local barn, architect Jeremy Wolveridge has built a new home for himself and his family in rural Victoria. But Mark Scruby discovers that there is more than meets the eye to this apparently simple house.