More and more, architects are confronted with some form of heritage overlay or constraint. A knee-jerk reaction might see an architect thinking such guidelines leave …
Bligh Graham Architects’ residential work connects people to their place and environment.
The residential work of Bligh Graham Architects uses natural materials in a purposeful way.
FMD Architects revisits Treehouse, the practice’s first project.
Archer Breakspear transforms a Sydney duplex, unlocking potential in its beachside location.
A Paris-inspired loft-style apartment added to a period mercantile building in Melbourne.
A creative response to heritage drove the design of this Melbourne house by Breathe Architecture.
An inspiring Sydney home by Brisbane-based practice, Arkhefield.
Clare Cousins Architects extends a Victorian villa, blending the best of old and new.
An early-twentieth-century house sensitively reawakened by Louise Nettleton Architects.
Robust new elements have been added to a delicate and tactile house in Brisbane.
Bennett and Trimble elegantly resolve terrace house issues with considered small-scale interventions.
A new Melbourne home by Craig Rossetti Architects and Doherty Design Studio.
Nestled between sand dunes and banksias a costal house by McGregor Westlake Architecture modestly frames the view.
Reduced forms and tactile appeal are key to the designs of Italian duo Roberto Palomba and Ludovica Serafini.
Adelaide’s only Harry Seidler house, revisited by Rachel Hurst.