Architects and designers often design houses as a canvas for inhabitation. They provide the framework and opportunities, but how this transition of house into home …
The residential work of Melbourne- and Hobart-based Room 11 Architects in profile.
A collection of beautiful everyday objects by Australian designers, with manufacturers Axolotl and Evostyle.
The prolific product design studio of Italy’s Ferruccio Laviani.
Carterwilliamson Architects revisits Punch Street House, the practice’s first project.
A Sydney terrace, reworked by Panovscott, is influenced by a Japanese aesthetic.
A beach house on the south coast of Victoria designed to collect special memories and objects over time.
A warehouse conversion by Techne Architects retains the integrity of the original structure.
A modest Perth bungalow made intriguing by Pendal and Neille.
An otherworldly building by architect James Stockwell is actually very much of this earth.
Architect Brett Nixon’s home bridges the eras of its heritage past and the present.
A modest extension by Preston Lane Architects delivers more than “just a few extra rooms”.
An idiosyncratic 1960s home brought gently into the twenty-first century, without losing its original charm.
An extension by Edwards Moore rethinks the terrace house typology.
A townhouse complex by Freadman White takes the idea of multifunctional spaces to a new level.
Los Angeles County Museum of Art presents a major study of Californian mid-century design.
Maverick architect Eddie Oribin’s Queensland home is enjoying a renaissance.