The second in a pair of semi-detached houses by David Boyle Architect.
New Zealand’s broad range spread of landscapes is now replicated at Te Wao Nui, the New Zealand precinct at Auckland Zoo.
An inner-Brisbane laneway bar by Marc & Co uses its gritty setting inside an old loading dock to advantage.
Sydney’s award-winning Darling Quarter playground by Aspect Studios.
KRM’s new black-and-white Burbury Hotel in Canberra is grown-up and gimmick-free.
WoodWoodWard Architecture’s first project is a playful, contemporary take on mainstream domestic forms.
A community building by Jackson Clements Burrows raises the bar for recreational projects.
The Birdcage marquees at the Melbourne Cup Carnival are carefully orchestrated interiors for the theatre of social exchange.
For Australia’s first Jamie’s Italian, Peck von Hartel has created a richly detailed interior expressing Jamie Oliver’s ethos.
Malcolm Middleton Architects and AECOM add a human dimension to civic infrastructure.
References to natural environments create calm and inspiring places within this new Melbourne hospital.
Replacing a house lost in the 2009 fires, this home celebrates a shared experience of place rather than fear, loss or fire.
DRAW furrows a new great hall in the iconic brutalist tower at the University of Technology, Sydney.
This house sits comfortably within its precipitous setting.
This workplace by BVN provides connection through two impressive staircases.
Not just another inner-urban renovation. This unique design has been expertly tailored to suit the needs of its clients.
Aspect Studios creates a civic waterfront parklands for the Tweed Shire community.
A terrace house by Redgen Mathieson celebrates its spectacular beach views while remaining private.