On Tasmania’s Bruny Island, Shearers Quarters by John Wardle Architects makes a transformational link from past to future.
Fergus Scott and Peter Stutchbury collaborate on a Sydney house straddling the bush and bay at Pittwater.
Carr Design Group’s refit of Norton Rose’s reception in Melbourne takes rebranding to a new level.
KRM’s new black-and-white Burbury Hotel in Canberra is grown-up and gimmick-free.
There has been a clearing of the decks in this building that is opening new doorways.
An international style defines the Darling Hotel by Cox Richardson and DBI Design for Sydney’s revamped Star City Casino.
Astute planning by Architect Prineas makes a holiday home comfortable for large or small family gatherings.
A public housing project in Dandenong, Victoria, by Bent Architecture, tests residential boundaries.
WoodWoodWard Architecture’s first project is a playful, contemporary take on mainstream domestic forms.
In a true democratization of space, BVN’s Sydney studio consists of one single open-plan floor.
Anthony Gill Architects combines two Sydney terraces into one family home.
Cox Richardson’s Sydney studio encourages communal, messy creativity.
A case study in sustainable design through the provision of adaptable space.
The restoration of a Federation house in Sydney’s Haberfield adds new layers of history while retaining the old.
A compact beach house overlooking Bass Strait uses a seamless black folding form to increase its stature.
Between forest and sea on the edge of the Tasman National Park, two pavilions fit snugly into the steep landscape.
Mim Design softens the scale of a Federation home with a series of connected living spaces.
Architect Chris Elliott’s house is a laboratory for experimentation and a landmark along the Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk.
A case study in sustainable design through strategic use of glazing.
A standout view enjoyed from a series of thoughtfully designed spaces in this house by Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects.
A small civic structure in Mildura by Bellemo & Cat with Hansen Landscape Architects.
An amenities block in Canberra’s parliamentary triangle by Townsend and Associates Architects stands alone.
A multisensory installation by London design practice Studio Toogood that demystifies wine.
A store in the centre of Milan shows why Paola Navone is sought after as a creator of magical experiences.
Twenty-five years have passed since the Aesop story began. We take a look at two recent additions.
Kerstin Thompson Architects’ gallery at Monash University develops a very subtle exploration of spatial experience.
This Melbourne home by Neil Architecture is designed according to its relationship with its outdoor spaces.
The 1983 Phillip Island House by Denton Corker Marshall is an exercise in monumentality and restraint.
The calm spaces of this Queensland house are inspired by art galleries and Japanese design.
A row of townhouses by Six Degrees Architects in Melbourne’s inner north gives parkland over to the public.