The new jewel of Crown Towers’ restaurant precinct, by Blainey North.
A more liveable work space in tune with a more flexible modern work force.
O’Connor & Houle Architecture create a space-clever new house that belies its original Arts and Crafts facade.
A classic riverside restaurant by Allan Powell Architects at Melbourne’s reborn Hamer Hall.
Coda Studio’s Fremantle workspace is a little bohemian and raw, and every bit the thrill.
In Canberra’s centenary year, we revisit AA’s review of the NGA extension by PTW.
A thoughtful renovation by Bower Architecture on a tricky inner-Melbourne site.
ARM’s revision of Melbourne’s monumental Hamer Hall, reviewed by Paul Walker for Artichoke.
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.
Luchetti Krelle creates the fitout for a Sydney restaurant, along Melbourne’s Southbank Promenade.
A Victorian terrace in Melbourne’s inner east, refurbished by Layan Design.
A Brisbane craft brewery fitout by James Cubitt Architects.
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.
Recreated by MGS Architects, a Sydney terrace house takes full advantage of natural light and distilled views.
Theatrical staging was the inspiration for Melbourne’s Lulamae boutique by Breathe Architecture.