Bates Smart’s National Centre for Synchrotron Science in Melbourne creates the conditions in which to see.
Zen Architects remake a Melbourne bungalow for efficiency, sustainability and flow.
Sean Godsell Architects’ RMIT Design Hub functions “as both a building and declaration”.
The new jewel of Crown Towers’ restaurant precinct, by Blainey North.
Richard Stampton Architects adapts an early 1980s Melbourne house, building on its natural assets.
O’Connor & Houle Architecture create a space-clever new house that belies its original Arts and Crafts facade.
A village of learning centres by McBride Charles Ryan looped around a set of courtyards.
A classic riverside restaurant by Allan Powell Architects at Melbourne’s reborn Hamer Hall.
Lyons’ new building for La Trobe University brings students and researchers together.
An art deco Melbourne house is revived by Kerry Phelan Design Office and Chamberlain Javens Architects.
This RMIT building by Allan Powell Architects shows a maturity and restraint often found in genuinely iconic buildings.
An alteration and addition by AM Architecture responds to the layered history of a Melbourne house.
A tiny studio in an orchard in Officer, Victoria, is base camp for Branch Studio Architects.
Sydney practice Greg Natale Design produces a quietly luxurious house in a Melbourne bayside suburb.
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.
An abstraction of the Federation villa in Melbourne by Rexroth Mannasmann Collective.
Fleur Watson revisits Neil Clerehan’s masterfully modest house in Brighton.
Luchetti Krelle creates the fitout for a Sydney restaurant, along Melbourne’s Southbank Promenade.
ARM Architecture makes a range of functional improvements to Melbourne’s Hamer Hall.
A Victorian terrace in Melbourne’s inner east, refurbished by Layan Design.
A cedar-clad house on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula by Ashley Lochhead Architects.
A Melbourne house refashioned by Kennedy Nolan Architects with Arts and Crafts elements.
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.
A house originally designed by Harold Desbrowe-Annear is given a new lease of life by Allen Powell Architects.
Theatrical staging was the inspiration for Melbourne’s Lulamae boutique by Breathe Architecture.
Kennedy Nolan Architects sculpts a series of hard-working spaces to take the daily scuffs of family life.
A renovation by Breathe Architecture gives a Melbourne workers’ cottage a playful new series of living spaces.
Games of geometry and scale, and use of recycled materials are part of the fun in a retreat by Kennedy Nolan Architects.