Steps, floors, bathrooms, tables and lights are approached like artworks in this interior renovation by L Architects.
The design of a new extension at McPhail House doesn’t harshly define a beginning and end to the home’s chapters; rather it runs on its own harmonious continuum, along the connected interior views and sweeping curves of bespoke finishes.
Renovating a 20-year-old house in Bangkok, Design in Motion has balanced privacy with openness to create a versatile and functional home defined by an elegant internal courtyard.
A Palm Springs-inspired jewel set amidst nature in the Byron Bay Hinterland, Coorabell Springs uses a simple palette of materials to create an elegant interplay between inside and outside.
When two school friends reconnected over a shared love of design and sustainability, the opportunity to collaborate did more than give new life to a 110-year-old house – it cemented a friendship while making a poetic story in the process.
One year in Bundanon: A retrospective on The Bridge and Art Museum by Kerstin Thompson Architects, part two
Kerstin Thompson Architects’ work at Bundanon recently marked its one-year anniversary. With Thompson having recently been awarded the AIA Gold Medal, it’s a fitting time for a mini-retrospective, continued here in this second part.
Flipping the residence to connect with northern views, Back to Front House by Rama Architects is a family home in Newport with an expansive feel.