Jule House by Claire Humphreys and Kevin O’Brien Architects delicately references a family’s past while offering a setting for contemporary living.
Behind a double-storey Victorian terrace lurks a uniquely geometric extension, by Andrew Simpson Architects, based on an abstraction of the owners’ memories of their previous homes together.
Tribe Studio channels the spirit of Adolf Loos’ Raumplan obsessions in creating this small terrace alteration and addition in Sydney.
This new shed-like house by Shaun Lockyer Architects sets up the perfect frame for an undeniably spectacular view of the Main Range National Park.
This beautifully crafted renovation to a single-fronted Victorian terrace is the result of a close collaboration between the architect and the owner-builder.
Preston Lane Architects extend a Tasmanian house, taking advantage of open-plan living and a new connection to the backyard.
A lush green courtyard is the focus of this new Sydney home by Pearse Architects, with almost every room connected to the central planted outdoor space.
A Sydney terrace has been sensitively updated into a variety of spatial experiences.
BG Architecture artfully unifies a Californian bungalow with its lush suburban garden through the skilful manipulation of sightlines.
A retreat by Neeson Murcutt Architects that is in picturesque harmony with its coastal bushland setting.
An apartment building takes a communal approach to bring liveable, affordable housing back to the inner suburbs.
Interlocking spaces connect house and garden in this addition to an 1890s Fremantle home by Philip Stejskal Architecture.
Karen Abernethy Architects transforms a Victorian terrace into a light-filled suite for two.
The architect’s hand is imperceptible in this reworking of a twenty-year-old beach house.
A renovation and extension to a 1950s clinker brick house by Architects EAT.
A cottage addition by Maddison Architects takes its cues from the topography of the site.
Architects Casey and Rebekah Vallance have devotedly turned a parcel of discarded land into a poetic response to suburban infill.
An elegant and sophisticated living pavilion in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales by Benn and Penna Architecture.