Some of the most interesting residential projects are alterations and additions, where a new layer of history is added to a house. And in terms …
The Sydney-based practice making a mark for tactile and engaging residential projects.
Tactile materials in the houses by Sam Crawford Architects are integral to its body of work.
Melbourne-based industrial designer Ash Allen combines the machined with the handmade.
Richard Kirk Architect revisits Hawthorne Residence, the practice’s first project from 2003.
March Studio brings a playful addition to a polite Edwardian-era villa.
A narrow Sydney semi transformed by David Boyle Architect.
An interwar Melbourne home deftly reinvigorated by Brett Tuer and Chris Jones.
A Sydney house by Domenic Alvaro integrates art into its living canvas of light and shade.
The bold reworking of a late-nineteenth-century cowshed in Sydney by Carterwilliamson Architects.
Nixon Tulloch Fortey Architecture makes a community focal point of a Melbourne parkside home.
Wrightson Stewart Interior Design turn an old woolstore apartment into a tailored bachelor pad.
A suburban Melbourne house recast with a lateral approach by WoodWoodWard Architecture.
David Langston-Jones reinvents the rear of a Sydney semi with a robust intervention.
Zoë Geyer’s respectful renovation of a grand historic terrace includes some resolutely modern moments.
The Melbourne home of a set designer and a teacher, renovated by Breathe Architecture.
McGlashan and Everist’s enduring design for a Hobart house.