Introduction to Houses 99.
Wolveridge Architects’ series of elegant and beautifully detailed homes.
The use of rustic materials is in juxtaposition with luxurious and glossy textures in the work of Wolveridge Architects.
New Zealand design company Resident follows the ‘think local, act global’ approach to production.
A country residence channels the rugged beauty and agricultural history of its setting.
A crisp, concrete extension in Sydney by Nobbs Radford Architects.
This reimagined apartment by MCK Architects embodies relaxed beachside living in an urban context.
A Japanese-inspired Melbourne home by BLOXAS.
A holiday home on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula by BKK Architects.
An iconic Glenn Murcutt house developed between 1988 and 1993.
An elegant and sophisticated living pavilion in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales by Benn and Penna Architecture.