A Scandinavian design influence with a practical approach to Australian urban conditions.
The material approach of Sydney practice Popov Bass Architects.
A comprehensive introduction to this influential figure.
A survey of of the Swiss studio’s body of work.
A book exploring one hundred inspiring homes around the world.
Good things come in small packages, and this book – more diminutive than other architecture tomes – is no exception.
Concern for the future inspires designer Henry Wilson to remake the past.
George Harper of Tide Design handcrafts timber furniture with traces of Scandinavian and 1950s design.
Elizabeth Watson Brown revisits Ngungun House, her first project from 1990.
An inner-Sydney renovation by Mac-Interactive makes the most of a small site.
Architecture Workshop creates a ‘campsite’ treehouse on a secluded stretch of Victorian coast.
A renovation by Breathe Architecture gives a Melbourne workers’ cottage a playful new series of living spaces.
David Boyle updates a Federation bungalow with a living pavilion in the garden.
Games of geometry and scale, and use of recycled materials are part of the fun in a retreat by Kennedy Nolan Architects.
Architects Richards & Spence compose a large Brisbane house around pockets of outdoor space.
A suburban house in Mildura becomes a talking point thanks to an intervention by Minifie van Schaik architects.
Saving a modest 1950s bungalow, Tribe Studio adds new life and space with a recycled brick pavilion.
A Melbourne duplex by Neometro, McAllister Alcock Architects and Kerry Phelan Design Office (KPDO).
Architect Christopher Polly reinvents a compact sandstone cottage as a light-filled courtyard house.
Outdoor furniture and materials from Houses 88.
Japan’s high-tech builders Sekisui House team up with Brisbane’s Push Architects, to create site-responsive housing.
A Canberra house by Milan-born architect Enrico Taglietti.
An exhibition at the Barbican Centre in London revealed the origins and evolution of the Bauhaus.