Energetic and inventive projects responding to client and context with humour and wit.
Products, textures and finishes chosen by Andrew Maynard Architects to help bring imaginative ideas to life.
Inventive details and rich materials are used on stunning sites to create the seventeen homes featured in this book.
Will current housing models be sufficient in the future?
The rich design history of Government House in Sydney is unravelled in this book.
A journey through the gardens surrounding the Heide Museum of Modern Art.
Shearer’s Quarters by John Wardle Architects wins Australian House of the Year at the 2012 Houses Awards.
Big Hill by Kerstin Thompson Architects wins New House over 200m2 at the 2012 Houses Awards.
Shearer’s Quarters by John Wardle Architects wins New House under 200m2 at the 2012 Houses Awards.
Annandale House by CO-AP wins Alteration & Addition over 200m2 at the 2012 Houses Awards.
Four-Room Cottage by Owen & Vokes wins House Alteration and Addition under 200m2 at the 2012 Houses Awards.
Airlie Bank by Neometro with McAllister Alcock Architects wins Apartment, Unit or Townhouse at the 2012 Houses Awards.
Rooftop Pavilion by Andrew Burges Architecture wins Heritage at the 2012 Houses Awards.
Marimekko House by Ariane Prevost Architect wins Outdoor at the 2012 Houses Awards.
House Reduction by Make Architecture Studio wins Sustainability at the 2012 Houses Awards.
2012 Houses Awards high commendations announced.
Houses magazine’s favourites from the 2012 Milan Furniture Fair.
Fergus Scott and Peter Stutchbury collaborate on a Sydney house straddling the bush and bay at Pittwater.
Clare Cousins Architects give a Melbourne Edwardian house a bold new addition.
WoodWoodWard Architecture’s first project is a playful, contemporary take on mainstream domestic forms.
Studio Moore adds a meticulously crafted pavilion to a heritage house in Gippsland.
O’Neill Architecture gives an island retreat a down to earth feel by splitting the program across two low-rise pavilions.
Architect-builder Col Bandy’s unfinished symphony.
A student project by Chris Mullaney: rethinking a backyard chicken coup in the town of Stroud, NSW.