Tag: Small projects
Innovative thinking lies behind this compact and distinctive cabin. Designed and built by its owner, the project tests prefabricated components to develop an efficient and flexible building typology.
An interactive sound pavilion at the State Library of New South Wales allows visitors to “listen” to paintings from the library’s collection.
Curated by Anita Panov and Andrew Scott of Panovscott, A Small Exhibition, currently on show at the Tin Sheds Gallery at The University of Sydney, asks us to question how much space we really need to live comfortably.
A collaboration between an architect, a composer and an artistic director, The Piano Mill by Conrad Gargett is simultaneously a building, a site-specific artwork and “a mega instrument.”
Michael O’Sullivan has an unconventional architectural approach as client, architect and builder of his Lyttelton studio.
PHTR Architects transforms the humble shed into a glimmering architectural object.
Workshop Architecture swaps the typical classroom model for an “internal playground”.
Exploring the distinctive residential work of Denton Corker Marshall.
A backyard garage and atelier completes the renovation of a Melbourne home by Make Architecture.
A conversation about working from home kick-started ArchiBlox’s affordable prefabricated structure.
Hecker Guthrie creates a dynamic chicken shop, with some wily moves in materials and space.
Federico Monsalve finds a tiny timber structure in France a clever architectural exercise.
A small-scale urban intervention in Sydney’s Chinatown by Lacoste + Stevenson and Frost Design.
The upcycling architecture of Ross Langdon, Campbell Drake and Ben Milbourne.
Professor Nigel Bertram reflects on the impact of small public structures in regional towns.
Tommy Honey can’t decide if this tiny house on a hill in Nagoya is taking off or landing.
Emergency shelter prototype turned information kiosk for Open House Melbourne.
A lightweight civic structure by Williams Boag Architects is embraced by the Bendigo locals.
Federico Monsalve visits the Lollipop House by Moon Hoon in an aspirational concrete suburb of Seoul.