Outerspace, in collaboration have created a community garden that reflects and values of the school in which it’s located in.
From the First House series in Houses magazine where architects reflect on their first real commission.
The renovation of a Sydney terrace house by Marsh Cashman Koolloos offers a series of interconnected spatial experiences.
This humble Hobart masterpiece by J. H. Esmond Dorney deftly marks the landscape.
Matthew Gribben Architecture renovate a classic inner-Sydney terrace, introducing light and air through a central light well.
A Sunshine Coast transport hub by Bark Design Architects, Guymer Bailey Landscape and SKM in the relaxed Noosa spirit.
A Mornington Peninsula beach house by Simon Couchman Architects offers a refuge from the city.
A black-and-white pavilion by dm2 Architecture is neatly attached to a colonial home in Brisbane.
Officer Woods creates a cluster of courtyard houses on the fringe of Fremantle.
A folding, twisting addition by Innovarchi gives a Sydney Federation house a little extra space and a lot more character.
A civic building by Bolles and Wilson in the Dutch city of Haarlem straddles the eras, defying progress.
A Melbourne retail fitout by Hassell and Fabio Ongarato Design toys with Tetris geometries.
Queensland architect James Russell salvages a spec house, turning negatives into positives.
A new rail bridge, with pedestrian paths, in Melbourne’s Clifton Hill transforms a formerly grimy space into a public park.
Built in 1932 as a beacon of hope during the Depression, Melbourne’s gothic, art deco masterpiece has been restored.
A playful extension to an early 1900s Sydney cottage by Sam Crawford Architects responds to the relaxed nature of the clients.
A community building by Jackson Clements Burrows raises the bar for recreational projects.
Wilson Landscape Architects creates two interior landscapes that improve the health and wellbeing of those who work in them.
The Birdcage marquees at the Melbourne Cup Carnival are carefully orchestrated interiors for the theatre of social exchange.
McBride Charles Ryan adds a playful cloud-like form to the rear of a suburban house, leaving its period facade intact.
The aspirations of a private school on Sydney’s North Shore are articulated by Bligh Voller Nield.
A Queensland house infused with landscape from front to back, suggesting a continuation of the national park.
Moby Dick meets the Time Machine at LAVA’s Martian Embassy for the Sydney Story Factory.
A cardboard kingdom by first-year students of architecture at Monash University
For Australia’s first Jamie’s Italian, Peck von Hartel has created a richly detailed interior expressing Jamie Oliver’s ethos.
The undulating lines of Affect-T take form inside a Hong Kong high-rise apartment.
This urban beach house by Popov Bass Architects has the best of both worlds, designed with a strong connection to the ocean at the front and a private garden oasis at the rear.
A diverse public project in Perth combines domestic and institutional qualities.
Alterations, landscape and collected artworks are as important today as Robin Boyd’s original design.
A renovation by Owen and Vokes of a typical worker’s cottage allows a narrative of contemporary living.