Gable House by Sheri Haby Architects is an exemplary project that showcases a suite of seamless contemporary additions to a classic heritage home.
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.
We Are Huntly has created a coruscating destination for Melbourne’s inner city denizens. The Penny Drop is the latest project by the Melbourne interior design studio.
Looking to the innovative history of the original 1940s house, architect Adam Dettrick has designed a sustainable four-bedroom home for present and future residents. Rebecca Gross writes.
While many place plyboard in the same bucket as MDF and chipboard, it’s becoming the material of choice for designers thanks to its aesthetic, affordable, durable and sustainable nature. Ashley Tucker chats to Plyroom founder Elise Heslop, who is on a mission to transform the way people think about plywood.
This beautiful concrete home in Melbourne took inspiration from the style of Mexican architect Luis Barragan, with one of his contemporaries, Andres Casillas de Alba, commissioned for its design, along with local firm Evolva Architects.
Once a chicory kiln, House for Hermes on Philip Island, by Andrew Simpson Architects, is now a spacious weekend retreat for a Melbourne family. Imbued with history and attached to location. Words by Tess Ritchie.
On the preserved 1950s façade, steel letters spell it out: Sunrise Confectioners. But, architect Stephen Jolson has transformed the interior of this former sweets factory into a home and studio in a way that surprises even Stephen Crafti.