Opting for depth and shadow over transparency and lightness, SJB has designed an apartment building for Sydney’s Alexandria that is imbued with drama, richness and unexpected intensity.
This multiresidential design by Spaceagency Architects contributes to a local canon of intriguing medium-density projects in Perth with “deep pragmatism” and “tactile and poetic sensitivity.”
Billard Leece Partnership and SJB Architects’ mixed-use project offers Sydney a new model for balancing private comfort and civic neighbourliness.
On a 126-square-metre site in suburban Sydney, Hill Thalis’s Studios 54 demonstrates how small sites can be used inventively to make the city richer and more diverse.
Combining playfulness, restrained minimalism and respect for the terrace house typology, Blane Brackenridge Architecture has created three “convincing” hillside dwellings in Fremantle, Western Australia.
A residential development in Singapore by WOHA Architects masters the boundaries between public and private.
A compelling contribution to Sydney by Ateliers Jean Nouvel and PTW Architects.
A complex and layered multi-residential project by Candalepas Associates.
Cox Rayner Architects explores the social and political contribution architecture can make to the city.
A Brisbane multi-residential project by Bureau Proberts.
A townhouse complex by Freadman White takes the idea of multifunctional spaces to a new level.
A deft inner-Sydney theatre conversion by Hill Thalis.
A unique Port Melbourne apartment complex for the homeless by MGS Architects.
A Melbourne public housing project by McCabe Architects and Bird de la Coeur Architects.
A finely modulated Melbourne apartment complex by SJB offers an alternative in medium-density living.
Collins and Turner Architects gives their Sydney apartment block a shimmering cloak of steel.
This Melbourne development represents how good design can make apartment living even more appealing.
Whitmore Square affordable housing, by Troppo Architects, uses robust materials, considered shared spaces and sustainability.