With a passionate pursuit of architectural ideas, Neeson Murcutt explores the renewal and transformation of urban patterns.
Neeson Murcutt is particularly interested in the way in which a material might tell the story of the site or client.
This book is a collection of projects from around the world, saluting that recognizable and disposable material – cardboard.
This book looks at the evolution of the traditional British country house since the 17th century and into the 21st century.
BEDMaR & SHi: 5 in Five chronicles five houses designed by Argentinian-born founder of the Singapore-based Bedmar & Shi.
Patrick Bingham-Hall’s book looks at the Asia Pacific region’s response to issues such as global warming and over-population.
Celebrating fifty years in 2011, the Milan Furniture Fair launches the best in international design.
The latest bathroom products from Houses.
Atelier Oï uses exploration, play, teamwork and a passion for materials to create elegant and gracefully moving objects.
Toby Horrocks has created adaptable furniture suitable for both residential and commercial applications.
House in Country NSW by Virginia Kerridge Architect won Australian House of the Year at the 2011 Houses Awards.
The Shed by Richard Peters Associates won House Alteration & Addition under 200m2 at the 2011 Houses Awards.
Trial Bay House jointly won House Alteration and Addition over 200m2 at the 2011 Houses Awards.
Potts Point Apartment by Anthony Gill Architects won the Apartment, Unit or Townhouse award at the 2011 Houses Awards.
House Shmukler by Tribe Studio won New House under 200 m2 in the 2011 Houses Awards.
Z House by Donovan Hill has won New House over 200m2 at the 2011 Houses Awards.
Virginia Kerridge’s House in Country NSW jointly won House Alteration & Addition over 200m2 at the 2011 Houses Awards.
Garden of Ghosts by Terragram and Allen Jack + Cottier won in the Outdoor category at the 2011 Houses Awards.
House Shmukler by Tribe Studio won the Sustainability award at the 2011 Houses Awards.
A gallery of images of the highly commended projects from the 2011 Houses Awards.
A gallery of the finalists in the New House under 200m² and New House over 200m² categories from the 2011 Houses Awards.
House Alteration and Addition under 200m²; House Alteration and Addition over 200m²; Apartment, Unit or Townhouse; Outdoor and Sustainability finalists.
A terrace house by Chenchow Little features an inverted floor plan and sculptural glass roof.
Architect Christopher Polly brings a sense of space and light into compact volumes in this semidetached, inner-city dwelling.
This new house by Fiona Winzar Architects is the result of a complex subdivision.
This house on Hobart’s Mount Wellington by Room11 proves that “austere” and “playful” aren’t always mutually exclusive.
Bourne Blue Architecture’s brave and sturdy courtyard house reacts against the longhouse idiom often seen in this area.
Coarchitecture has reconfigured a 1929 timber bungalow to take advantage of its stunning views.
The Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery held an exhibition in early 2011 tracing the history of Chancellor and Patrick.
Harry and Penelope Seidler’s family home in Killara.
Shigeru Ban teams up with Jean de Gastines to create an atmospheric paper pavilion for Hermès in Milan.