Expression of scale, compactness and flexible space characterize the residential work of this Sydney practice.
Combinations of stone, timber and concrete define the work of this practice.
A compilation of award-winning projects from the 2011 National Architecture Awards.
Fifty-plus distinctive new houses from around the world, including ten Australian projects, make up this latest addition to the 21st Century Architecture series of publications.
Robin Boyd was working on this second edition of his 1947 treatise when he died in 1971. Now it has been published by the Robin Boyd Foundation.
Leon van Schaik considers art and artefacts, and the architecture that accommodates them.
Curvaceous fittings and furniture from Houses 86.
Lighting from Houses 86.
Furniture designer Sean Dix creates takes inspiration globally and gives each of his pieces a distinct and layered character.
Melbourne lighting designer Christopher Boots creates pendants drawn from geometry, science and nature.
From the First House series in Houses magazine where architects reflect on their first real commission.
McBride Charles Ryan adds a playful cloud-like form to the rear of a suburban house, leaving its period facade intact.
A renovation by Owen and Vokes of a typical worker’s cottage allows a narrative of contemporary living.
Astute planning by Architect Prineas makes a holiday home comfortable for large or small family gatherings.
An 1890s weatherboard cottage sensitively restored and added to by Nixon Tulloch Fortey Architecture.
A folding, twisting addition by Innovarchi gives a Sydney Federation house a little extra space and a lot more character.
Mim Design softens the scale of a Federation home with a series of connected living spaces.
A playful extension to an early 1900s Sydney cottage by Sam Crawford Architects responds to the relaxed nature of the clients.
Architect Chris Elliott’s house is a laboratory for experimentation and a landmark along the Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk.
Queensland architect James Russell salvages a spec house, turning negatives into positives.
A curvaceous, colourful extension by Fiona Winzar Architects to a Victorian cottage.
A house originally designed by Harold Desbrowe-Annear is given a new lease of life by Allen Powell Architects.
John Dalton’s final project returns to the purity of early Queensland architecture.
Shane Thompson turns an old timber church into a working studio on his semi-rural Queensland property.
An installation in Sydney’s Surry Hills explores new ways of using urban space for the benefit of locals.