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The architects’ sure hand and subtle confidence has brought life and light deep into the modestly sized space.
In reworking a 1970s split-level house, the architect has joyously reinterpreted the history of its place and beach shack typology.
This intriguing alteration and addition to a stately Edwardian reflects new changes to the city and the way we live in it.
The civic generosity of this house brings domestic life into direct relation with its laneway context.
The winning home wears the uniform of its Federation-era neighbourhood with polite grace but hides its true radical heart.
Behind an unusual entry, the main volume of this house sits between a verdant front courtyard and a rear outdoor living space.
This practice has asserted itself among Queensland’s architectural talent and added its own palpable freshness.
The north tower of Sydney’s Pitt Street over-station development is designed by Foster and Partners with Cox Architecture.
This rear addition to a heritage cottage on a raised corner block in Fremantle sits in harmony with the existing structure and enhances its cherished “ramshackle” nature.
A 40-storey office and hotel tower designed by the Chicago office of Skidmore Owings and Merrill (SOM) and Fender Katsalidis will be built in central Melbourne’s legal precinct
Neil Logan, co-CEO of BVN, shares how the practice he's leading is development an action plan to tackle the climate crisis.
This new video series celebrates the winners of the 2020 Australian Interior Design Awards.
The Australian Institute of Architects has appointed Tony Giannone as its 2021–22 national president.
Rory Hyde asks what sort of world we want to re-enter when we emerge from the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Designed by John Wardle Architects, the new Bendigo Law Courts “will be modern, efficient, calming, safe and connected to the rich cultural and architectural heritage of the region.”
In the fight against the effects of climate change, Clare Design directors Kerry and Lindsay Clare argue the challenge extends beyond our buildings and into the urban realm.
The pioneering designs of Italian furniture studio Cassina are now available from Australian furniture company Mobilia.