BBW House by Tecture - Project Feature - Architectural Cues in Materiality & Symmetry - The Local Project
Referencing the original home’s formality, BBW House by Tecture takes cues in materiality and symmetry from its existing heritage home.
Coastal front garden design
This Sydney garden has been elevated in more ways than one, with a mix of circular lawn, modern coastal planting and a wonderful palette of silver and green. Now, it is a modern coastal garden that softens the strong geometry of the home's architecture and features two timber decks.
Coogee House II by Madeleine Blanchfield Architects
Madeleine Blanchfield Architects have designed a new and modern house for a young family in the dense beachside suburb of Coogee, Australia.
Gibbon Street House By Cavill Architects | Habitus House Of The Year
Alterations and additions to this worker’s cottage by Cavill Architects have created a whole new world behind a traditional façade.
Milton Road – Open Practice Architecture
Full renovation and extension of a derelict yet beautiful Edwardian terraced house in south London. The design is bespoke yet inexpensive, combining strip boarding, laminated plywood and Douglas-fir.
A California-Style Summer House In A League Of Its Own
A serene new residence by Pandolfini in Sorrento defies typical architecture of its coastal neighbours by combining modernist Palm Springs with Santorini.
Queens Park House / Madeleine Blanchfield Architects
The remainder of the Queens Park house is contemporary, light filled in contrast to the original. The budget for the house was not excessive.
Savio Parsons Architects Sydney
We are an architecture company founded in 2013 by Gemma Savio + Anthony Parsons. We bring ingenuity to projects to make future classics.
Austral Bricks La Paloma50 in Miro & GB Masonry Breeze Blocks in Porcelain
Project // Sunshine Beach House Architect // Alex Popov Photography // Fiona Sustanto Styling // Emma Elizabeth
A Mid-Century Inspired New-Build That Looks The Real Deal! - The Design Files | Australia's most popular design blog.
This Brighton East home looks an authentic mid-century design, but is actually a contemporary interpretation of a 1970s home previously on site.