Michelle Bailey is a Brisbane-based freelance writer and a graduate of architecture from the University of Queensland. She writes regularly for local and national publications about architecture and design including Houses and Artichoke magazines.
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Responding to its heritage context and inner-Brisbane neighbourhood, this addition to a historic weatherboard cottage captures vistas from new living spaces arranged around a landscaped courtyard.
With a fearless yet holistic approach to site, Sparks Architects imbues its climate-responsive work with lyricism and a careful regard for the intangible energy of a place.
Well versed in designing for the tropical Queensland climate, the Gabriel and Elizabeth Poole and Tim Bennetton have collaborated to deliver an exuberant South Stradbroke Island holiday home for the owner and her four grandsons.
Composed as a series of concrete and masonry platforms, this rigorously executed home by Owen Architecture with Lineburg Wang maintains the pleasure of low -density living through a considered exploration of architecture and terrain.