Bent Architecture grouped functional zones and fragmented the plan to balance privacy and views.
Sean Godsell Architects’ RMIT Design Hub functions “as both a building and declaration”.
On the NSW Central Coast, a house by architect David Boyle sits atop a rugged bush block.
After an extensive conservation program, the 130-year-old building reopened in March 2013.
The new jewel of Crown Towers’ restaurant precinct, by Blainey North.
A prewar Brisbane home adapted by Loucas Zahos Architects “bookends” old and new elements.
Richard Stampton Architects adapts an early 1980s Melbourne house, building on its natural assets.
Experimentation yielded an intriguing Brisbane tower by Cox Rayner Architects.
A lightweight civic structure by Williams Boag Architects is embraced by the Bendigo locals.
Mark Cashman of MCK Architects reflects on the firm’s first project.
A more liveable work space in tune with a more flexible modern work force.
O’Connor & Houle Architecture create a space-clever new house that belies its original Arts and Crafts facade.
Perth’s new environmental teaching centre by Donaldson + Warn for Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority.
A beachfront house by Alexander Symes Architect and G+V Architecture.
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.
Kieron Gait Architects’ alterations and additions maintain the humble utility of a 1950s home.
Lyons’ new building for La Trobe University brings students and researchers together.
Sydney’s iconic high street providore opens a restaurant / grocer by Landini Associates in Westfield, CBD.
Bligh Graham Architects transforms a grand old Queenslander in Brisbane’s west.
An art deco Melbourne house is revived by Kerry Phelan Design Office and Chamberlain Javens Architects.
Fergus Scott revisits a house on the NSW mid-north coast by Peter Stutchbury.
A Sydney house by Chenchow Little Architects hunkers down into its bushy surrounds.
Conrad Gargett Riddel recycled 80 percent of a timber cottage to create a sustainability exemplar.
This RMIT building by Allan Powell Architects shows a maturity and restraint often found in genuinely iconic buildings.
Coda Studio’s Fremantle workspace is a little bohemian and raw, and every bit the thrill.
Tony Hobba Architects’ beach kiosk at Torquay, Victoria.
John Railton’s family home and office, designed by him, celebrates life in the subtropics.
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.