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<em>Houses</em> 126. Cover project: Apollo Bay House by Dock4 Architects.

Houses 126. Cover project: Apollo Bay House by Dock4 Architects. Image: Adam Gibson

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Whitlam Place by Freadman White and Anon Studio.

Whitlam Place by Freadman White and Anon Studio. Image: Gavin Green

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Indooroopilly House by Owen Architecture with Lineburg Wang.

Indooroopilly House by Owen Architecture with Lineburg Wang. Image: Toby Scott

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Cloister House by MORQ.

Cloister House by MORQ. Image: Giulio Aristide

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Springs Beach House by Bark Design Architects.

Springs Beach House by Bark Design Architects. Image: Christopher Frederick Jones

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Regent by Smart Design Studio.

Regent by Smart Design Studio. Image: Anson Smart

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Houses 126 is on sale 1 February. Image:  Adam Gibson

In 2018 I was a category judge at the World Architecture Festival Awards 
in Amsterdam. I was extremely proud to see that a high number of the short-listed projects were houses designed by Australian architects. The rest of the world appeared to be really interested in, and excited about, what we’re up to over here. From Western Australia to Tasmania’s Bruny Island, the homes 
in this issue of Houses form yet another collection of exemplary residential architecture that celebrates the host 
of ways we live in this country.
 

I’d like to officially welcome our new associate editor Gemma Savio. Gemma is a graduate of architecture from the University of Newcastle 
and has been a director of her own architecture practice for the past five years. Stephanie McGann, who has worked across some of our sister publications for almost two years, joins the Houses team as our assistant content editor. I know they will both make a valuable contribution to the magazine.

Katelin Butler, editorial director

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