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.
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.
A beachfront house by Alexander Symes Architect and G+V Architecture.
Sydney’s iconic high street providore opens a restaurant / grocer by Landini Associates in Westfield, CBD.
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.
A once inaccessible Sydney site is repurposed by Hassell as an environmentally sensitive community space.
A Richard Neutra-inspired Newcastle house by Bourne Blue Architecture.
The second in a pair of semi-detached houses by David Boyle Architect.
A Sydney house by Nathan Lester Architecture rests in dialogue with its setting.
Welsh + Major Architects add to a bungalow in Sydney’s heritage suburb of Haberfield.
A retreat by Fergus Scott Architects on the New South Wales south coast.
Mac-Interactive’s ambitious use of a corner site results in a neighbourhood playground and stage set.
Tobias Partners renovates and streamlines an inner-Sydney terrace house bringing much needed natural light to both levels.
With a series of careful interventions, 360°Landscape Architects sculpts a journey alongside a Sydney house.
Architect David Boyle turns an ugly duckling on its ear, in a marriage of “contemporary” with clinker brick.
Recreated by MGS Architects, a Sydney terrace house takes full advantage of natural light and distilled views.
An inner-Sydney renovation by Mac-Interactive makes the most of a small site.
A Blue Mountains retreat by Noxon Giffen with a wave-like roof in the colour of gum leaves, inside and out.
A case study in sustainable design and sustainable living: Environa Studio’s Courtyard House.
Architect Tom Ferguson puts a pocket-sized garden at the centre of a Sydney terrace as part of its reinvention.
A site-responsive Sydney house by Neeson Murcutt Architects.
Architect Christopher Polly reinvents a compact sandstone cottage as a light-filled courtyard house.
Saving a modest 1950s bungalow, Tribe Studio adds new life and space with a recycled brick pavilion.
David Boyle updates a Federation bungalow with a living pavilion in the garden.
The conversion of a community centre by Collins and Turner in inner Sydney redefines the green roof.
Winner of the 2012 winner National Colorbond Award for Steel Architecture (AIA).
Melbourne practice Herbert & Mason give Sydney a chic shrine to coffee in a former printing factory in Surry Hills.