Top 5 stories in January

From a beach house by Grand Designs’ Peter Maddison to a new tennis venue, our most popular stories in January make for summery reading.

  1. The lantern, the brick and the courtyard: Three Parts House
    Architects EAT has renovated and extended a 1950s clinker brick house to be a perfect fit, now and in the future, for the family that lives there. Read more…
  2. Three Parts House by Architects EAT.

    Three Parts House by Architects EAT.

    Image: Earl Carter

    Cabin Two by Maddison Architects.

    Cabin Two by Maddison Architects.

    Image: William Watt

    Let there be light: Skylight House
    The easeful simplicity of the addition to a 1930s house in Sydney’s North Shore by Andrew Burges Architects belies its painstakingly refined detailing and subtle spatial manipulation. Read more…
  3. Ground swell: Cabin Two
    Taking cues from the topography of its site, a cottage addition by Maddison Architects in Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula proves a snug fit with its beachside setting. Read more…
  4. Revisited: Clerehan House II
    Behind an unassuming street frontage in Melbourne’s South Yarra lies a hidden gem of mid-century Australian modernism. Read more…
  5. Big serve: Margaret Court Arena
    Clerehan House II by Neil Clerehan.

    Clerehan House II by Neil Clerehan.

    Image: Alicia Taylor


    The 2015 Australian Open launches with a revamped venue by NH Architecture and Populous. Read more…

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