We are often drawn to the character of older homes – terraces, country homesteads, traditional Queenslanders and so on. How do you infuse the same …
The highly awarded houses of Kerstin Thompson Architects age well, and are better for being filled with everyday stuff.
Crafted intelligently from straightforward materials, houses by Kerstin Thompson Architects are robust spaces for living in.
Industrial designer Adam Goodrum is building a collection of functional works with an edge of “playfulness and whimsy.”
With their CNC plasma cutter, a Melbourne design duo is carving plywood into all manner of multipurpose objects.
1+2 Architecture revisits Walla Womba Guest House, the practice’s first project from 2004.
A Melbourne house by John Wardle Architects reads as two pavilions “finding their alignment.”
On a dramatic Sydney site, Tobias Partners devised a series of pavilions to scale the near-vertical slope.
Kennedy Nolan Architects brings out the beauty in a red-brick ugly duckling.
A shiny lock-up living space by Atelier Chen Hung sits curiously in the garden.
A weekend residence by Jackson Clements Burrows in a vineyard on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula.
Fox Johnston’s two-stage renovation responds to the functional needs of a growing family.
A glass living pavilion by Joyce Architects is added to an imposing interwar home.
A rammed earth house by Robson Rak Architects on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula.
A Californian bungalow in Melbourne given a striking expression by BLOXAS.
A prewar Brisbane home adapted by Loucas Zahos Architects “bookends” old and new elements.
MCK Architects transforms a Sydney bungalow with its trademark merging of old and new with modern spatial dramatics.
A selection of upholstery and furnishing textiles from Houses 91.
An exhibition of paintings and photographs of Margaret Olley’s Paddington home.
A modest voice in the conversation of late modernism.