Four architects design bespoke joinery elements that transform a quartet of houses, new and old, demonstrating attention to detail.
Silhouetted on a ridge in Victorian farmland, this angular outpost smoulders in quiet contemplation of the roo-dotted landscape.
Majstorovic Architecture crafts heavy masonry block and a palette of unfinished materials into a secluded fortress for two.
Architect David Luck inserts bold new structures to increase the useability of an Edwardian cottage in inner-city Melbourne.
An art deco home in Canberra, extended by Collins Caddaye Architects.
Sydney-based duo Noxon Giffen transform an ordinary 1960s brick house into an extraordinary destination.
Fiona Dunin transforms a Victorian terrace with a kaleidoscope of colour and a layering of creative joinery elements.
A Tamarama house by Luigi Rosselli with a neat program of spaces and more than a touch of seafaring glamour.
Architect Richard Lee takes a tangled Hobart cottage and weaves it anew back into the fabric of its historic neighbourhood.
Domestic projects in arid conditions.
A fat little book cataloging each of the Catalonian architect’s masterworks.
Transformations that create a dialogue between the past, present and future.
The Iconic House lines up the most important houses of the past century.
A colour catalogue of 1,000 clever and exciting domestic products for every room in the house.
A collection of buildings designed for hostile environments.
An international collection of houses.
Internationally renowned Melbourne designer Ross Didier creates pieces for some of the world’s biggest furniture manufacturers.
Perth architects Kieran Wong and Emma Williamson of CODA Studio talk about their catalogue of Western Australian houses.
Suiting its original owners perfectly, a 1971 Melbourne home endures as an authentic retro gem.