In this day and age, not everyone aspires to the great Australian dream of a stand-alone house on a quarter-acre block. More and more people …
The work of Sydney-based architect Virginia Kerridge is a hybrid of art and architecture.
Materials and finishes, often recycled, gives an expressive quality to the spaces created.
Retrospective of a mid-twentieth century visionary.
Distinctive furniture and lighting by Melbourne-based Kate Stokes of Coco Flip.
Handprinted on hemp and linen, Cloth Fabric designs are drawn from the Australian bush.
BKK Architects revisits 2-Parts House, the practice’s first project from 2003.
A house by Peter Stutchbury Architecture embraces its epic bush pastoral setting.
Nicholas Gurney’s reworking of a studio apartment yields big objectives in a tiny envelope.
A tiny retreat by Branch Studio embodies the handmade approach of this fledgling practice.
Two semi-attached dwellings plus a studio by Benn and Penna Architects accommodate multi-generational living.
A family home by MORQ in Margaret River responds directly to the movement of the sun, wind and trees.
A terrace transformed by Bent Architecture is set apart from the ordinary by its details.
A slender courtyard extension creates a generous, space at the rear of a typical terrace house.
A zinc-clad box by O’Connor and Houle Architecture augments a Melbourne home.
FMD Architects’ rear addition to an Art Deco house conjures up a simple beachside shack.
A suspended box of folded timber creates a giant viewfinder facing the Brisbane skyline.
An early 1980s homestead by Philip Cox remains emblematic of the architect’s view.
Artist Leandro Erlich’s playful exploration of domestic architecture.