Dock4’s pair of small, low-cost houses in Tasmanian bush settings embody the pleasures of experimenting with volume manipulation.
John Dalton’s final project returns to the purity of early Queensland architecture.
Tobias Partners renovates and streamlines an inner-Sydney terrace house bringing much needed natural light to both levels.
A house by Loucas Zahos Architects fits neatly into the fibro shack culture of the Sunshine Coast.
A 1970s courtyard at the University of Adelaide records a timeline of global trends.
A Melbourne house refashioned by Kennedy Nolan Architects with Arts and Crafts elements.
A carved narrative by artist Ruark Lewis and Terragram landscape architects.
Toby Horrocks reviews the ambitious first project of Michael Ong Design Office (MODO).
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.
With a series of careful interventions, 360°Landscape Architects sculpts a journey alongside a Sydney house.
Architect David Boyle turns an ugly duckling on its ear, in a marriage of “contemporary” with clinker brick.
New Zealand’s broad range spread of landscapes is now replicated at Te Wao Nui, the New Zealand precinct at Auckland Zoo.
Japan’s high-tech builders Sekisui House team up with Brisbane’s Push Architects, to create site-responsive housing.
A house originally designed by Harold Desbrowe-Annear is given a new lease of life by Allen Powell Architects.
Drama and a sense of community within this Auckland building’s medieval-like laneways of the future by Patterson Associates.
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.
Theatrical staging was the inspiration for Melbourne’s Lulamae boutique by Breathe Architecture.
Queensland architect Elizabeth Watson Brown reflects on her first residential commission of twenty years ago.
A brilliant landscape device by Baracco + Wright Architects solves a suburban privacy issue.
Kennedy Nolan Architects sculpts a series of hard-working spaces to take the daily scuffs of family life.
An inner-Sydney renovation by Mac-Interactive makes the most of a small site.
A Blue Mountains retreat by Noxon Giffen with a wave-like roof in the colour of gum leaves, inside and out.
In the heart of Victoria’s spa country is a series of interlocking, timber-clad duplexes with interiors by David Hicks.
A case study in sustainable design and sustainable living: Environa Studio’s Courtyard House.
The notion of place is the starting point for three South Australian schools by Tridente Architects.
Architect Richard Lee takes a tangled Hobart cottage and weaves it anew back into the fabric of its historic neighbourhood.
A suburban house in Mildura becomes a talking point thanks to an intervention by Minifie van Schaik architects.