Revisited: Cammeray House

Revisited: Cammeray House

Projects | Imbued with a classical sensibility tempered by moments of inventive wit, Luigi Rosselli Architects’ meticulously crafted first house – designed for the family of INXS’s Kirk Pengilly – represents the best of postmodern architecture.
Revisited: Dickson House

Revisited: Dickson House

Projects | One of Adelaide’s best maintained examples of mid-century residential architecture, this 1958 house offers a model of clarity for what matters in daily life.
Revisited: Pitt Point House

Revisited: Pitt Point House

Projects | Built on a long, narrow site in 1985, this meticulously crafted island retreat designed by Ken Woolley blends seamlessly with its environment, while reading as a small village of interconnected buildings and shapes.
Munro House (1980) revisited

Munro House (1980) revisited

Projects | Teaming reductive simplicity in section with an irregular floor plan that responds to the bushland setting, this home is still an instructive source of delight thirty-five years after completion.