Shipping Container Houses
Lunchbox Architect featured projects
Perched House by Rara Architecture
Curving and Perching Overhead, This Addition is Playful and Light
Perched House is a renovation that defies perceptions - feeling much larger than it actually is thanks to some clever tricks.
Wooden Box House by Moloney Architects
A Modern Wooden Box Extension Complements a Century Old Weatherboard
An elegant timber extension at the rear of this heritage home is bathed in natural light thanks to its northern orientation.
St David Street House by Drawing Room Architecture
With Good Design Even the Smallest of Spaces Can Live Large
This compact addition proves small spaces can be highly liveable with plenty of storage, daylighting and a connection to the outdoors.
D+K House by buck&simple
These Owners Take Their Love of Gardening to New Heights
A deep soil green roof improves this home's environmental credentials, looks great and satisfies the owners' love of gardening.
The Leaf House by Damian Rogers Architecture
Glazed Roof Floats Like a Leaf Capturing Views of Trees and Sky
A bold new living, dining and kitchen space grabs views of the trees and manages to fit a veggie garden in the most surprising place...
Glass Link House by Robbie Walker
New Master Bedroom Pod for a "Very, Very Deserving Mum"...
After buying a "rough" knocker-downer in the 'burbs, builder/designer/snow boarder, Robbie Walker decided to renovate instead.
Torquay House by Robert Troup Architect & My Architect
An Urban Take on the Traditional Aussie Beach House in Torquay
As Torquay becomes increasingly cosmopolitan with more permanent residents architects are rethinking the traditional Aussie beach house.
Trentham House by Adam Kane Architects
Living and Alfresco Pavilion Captures the Sun and Connects the Garden
A new living pavilion built from concrete blocks and with large windows facing the sun contrasts with the original weatherboard home.
My House (The Mental Health House) by Austin Maynard Architects
Can Your Home Help to Prevent (or Even Cure) Mental Health Problems?
This architect used the renovation of his home to improve his mental health and immunise himself and his family for the future.
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