Top 5 houses of 2014

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Invisible House by Peter Stutchbury Architects

Invisible House by Peter Stutchbury Architects Image: Michael Nicholson

We round up our most popular residential architecture reviews from the year that was.

1. Invisible House by Peter Stutchbury Architecture
Nestled into
a ridgeline overlooking the New South Wales Megalong Valley, this house [above] wholeheartedly embraces its epic bushland setting. More…

2. Karri Loop House by MORQ

A house in Margaret River responds directly to the sun, the breeze and trees on site to create a series of inviting living spaces. More…

Karri Loop House by MORQ Image:  Peter Bennetts

3. Balmain Houses by Benn and Penna Architects

Two semi-attached dwellings plus a studio accommodate a range of scenarios for multi-generational living. More…

Balmain Houses by Benn and Penna Architects Image:  Tom Ferguson

4. Beach House Mornington by Clare Cousins Architects

Clare Cousins adds a self-contained, timber-clad “treehouse” to an original Merchant Builders’ home. Generously glazed and lined in raw ply, this clever, compact addition is both elevated and uplifting. More…

Beach House Mornington Peninsula by Clare Cousins Architects. Image:  Shannon McGrath

5. Main Ridge Residence by McAllister Alcock Architects
Folded forms and angles, in both plan and section, characterize this private residence at a prominent winery on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula. More…

Main Ridge Residence by McAllister Alcock Architects. Image:  Shannon McGrath

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