The suite of residential projects by Melocco and Moore demonstrates clean planning and clever solutions.
The clear planning, fresh colours and open volumes seen in the work of Melocco and Moore.
A Melbourne-based company with an ever-changing selection of hand-screen-printed designs.
Charles Wilson’s collaboration with King Furniture.
The embodied energy savings of using recycled materials are invaluable.
Fitzroy Terrace is a Georgian terrace row in Sydney, built c.1845, attributed to architect James Hume.
Responding to the clients’ defined intentions, this home is a clean, simple extension that carefully delineates old and new.
Reticence and elegant restraint allow this home on the Brisbane River to make the most of a wonderful riparian and heritage setting.
A Melbourne weatherboard bungalow with an intriguing extension by Multiplicity.
The suburban house is gently turned inside out to experience a monumental relationship with earth, sky and the rhythms of daily life.
A traditional Victorian villa in North Adelaide has been elegantly extended and renovated.
The form of this family home twists and turns to embrace every contour of the landscape.
Making use of a leftover urban space in the backstreets of Richmond, Justin Mallia has created an elegant duplex.
Making the most of lagoon views and abundant sunlight, this family home successfully connects with its natural surroundings.
Retaining the original feel of the 1970s pitched-roof modernism characterizing this house in Glen Waverley was important.
A former factory forms the shell of this residence, housed above a boutique office space.
The progressive, structuralist form of this house built in 1968 was literally grown from its site, using timber from the land.