Donovan Hill is well-known for its stunning craftsmanship, a by-product of its emphasis on collaboration and experimentation.
Donovan Hill shares some favourite products.
An exploration of the early years of the Eames office.
A manual on how to implement sustainable strategies using author Michael Mobbs’s own house as an example.
The first in a series of ten annual, limited-edition books celebrating Australian architecture.
Household products from Houses 78.
Brimming with passion and vision, interior designer Greg Natale strives for integration and innovation in his work.
A range of outdoor furniture by Paola Lenti conceived with industrial designer Francesco Rota – the concept was to offer “an indoor style for outdoor use.”
How glass can be strategically used as a key device in environmentally sustainable design.
A case study in sustainable design through strategic use of glazing.
Andrew Maynard Architects extends a Melbourne house with a curvilinear pod creating a series of colourful moments.
Tanner Architects maximizes panoramic views and light in a relaxed living environment in the spirit of a beach house.
Collins and Turner’s facade of frames organises the interior and views of Sydney Harbour.
Kennedy Nolan Architects sculpts a series of hard-working spaces to take the daily scuffs of family life.
A suburban Melbourne by BKK Architects with an internal garden at its core.
A small cottage extension by Jean-Paul Rollo Architects uses a limited material palette and simple, bold architectural moves.
A family beach house by Perkins Architects responds to its site and surrounds.
PHOOEY Architects bring interest and joy to the daily lives of a young family through a series of architectural “moments.”
Nino Bellantonio, AiL Studio and Joanna Nelson Architect enhance the social character of a 1950s Canberra courtyard home.
The Adelaide home of Jack McConnell from 1967 to 2005.
This book features intelligent examples of designing around light.
Russell Jack’s little masterpiece in Wahroonga.