Each residential project by NMBW Architecture Studio turns the ordinary into something special.
The Melbourne-based studio makes prosaic spaces from a pragmatic palette of plywood, bluestone, brick and concrete block.
A rare tome that convinces you print will never die.
An interactive colouring book for those little architects and designers.
A collaboration between owners James and Jacqui Erskine, architect George Hatzisavas and artist David Serisier.
An english translation of the second edition of Het ontwerpen van woningen (originally published in Dutch).
From humble beginnings, two Melbourne brothers start a bespoke furniture and design practice.
Hand-made Austrian furniture and cabinetry from sustainably grown hardwood.
A holistic approach always informed the work of David Hicks, this ethos can now be seen in a new collection of rugs and sofas.
Tzannes Associates revisits Henwood House, the practice’s first project from 1988.
Welsh + Major Architects add to a bungalow in Sydney’s heritage suburb of Haberfield.
A Sydney house by Nathan Lester Architecture rests in dialogue with its setting.
Tobias Partners renovates and streamlines an inner-Sydney terrace house bringing much needed natural light to both levels.
Toby Horrocks reviews the ambitious first project of Michael Ong Design Office (MODO).
An alteration and addition by AM Architecture responds to the layered history of a Melbourne house.
A house by Loucas Zahos Architects fits neatly into the fibro shack culture of the Sunshine Coast.
A harbourfront house by Maria Gigney Architects in Battery Point, Hobart.
An abstraction of the Federation villa in Melbourne by Rexroth Mannasmann Collective.
A thoughtful renovation by Bower Architecture on a tricky inner-Melbourne site.
A cedar-clad house on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula by Ashley Lochhead Architects.
A Richard Neutra-inspired Newcastle house by Bourne Blue Architecture.
Flooring selections from Houses 89.
Queensland architect John Railton’s Brisbane home and office.
A brilliant landscape device by Baracco + Wright Architects solves a suburban privacy issue.