Kieron Gait Architects’ alterations and additions maintain the humble utility of a 1950s home.
Bligh Graham Architects transforms a grand old Queenslander in Brisbane’s west.
Fergus Scott revisits a house on the NSW mid-north coast by Peter Stutchbury.
Conrad Gargett Riddel recycled 80 percent of a timber cottage to create a sustainability exemplar.
The second in a pair of semi-detached houses by David Boyle Architect.
Fleur Watson revisits Neil Clerehan’s masterfully modest house in Brighton.
James Russell Architect negotiates a steep Brisbane site with a pleasing journey from roadside to gully.
A retreat by Fergus Scott Architects on the New South Wales south coast.
A Victorian terrace in Melbourne’s inner east, refurbished by Layan Design.
Mac-Interactive’s ambitious use of a corner site results in a neighbourhood playground and stage set.
An unorthodox yet monumental house by Judd Lysenko Marshall Architects stands proudly in a clearing of the scrub in the Victorian goldfields.
Dock4’s pair of small, low-cost houses in Tasmanian bush settings embody the pleasures of experimenting with volume manipulation.
A Melbourne house refashioned by Kennedy Nolan Architects with Arts and Crafts elements.
Peter Maddison makes a small design grander with a spirited new pavilion added to a house he designed in 1995.
An Aalto-inspired home by Clare Design continues to sustain its occupants and stake a claim on its setting.
Architect David Boyle turns an ugly duckling on its ear, in a marriage of “contemporary” with clinker brick.
Japan’s high-tech builders Sekisui House team up with Brisbane’s Push Architects, to create site-responsive housing.
A small house extension by BLOXAS injects architectural delight into a standard brick home.
A sculptural addition by Kieron Gait Architects brings a sense of playfulness to a humble Brisbane abode.
Recreated by MGS Architects, a Sydney terrace house takes full advantage of natural light and distilled views.