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Burnley Renovation by DX Architects
This Reno Feels Light and Bright Despite Being Hemmed in on All Sides
If your neighbours are too close for comfort, focus on natural light. Your home will feel spacious and you'll forget they're there...
Irwin by MSG Architecture
A White Box is 'Plugged' Into the Side of This Existing Home
A breakout area and new master bedroom within a self-contained white box give this Fremantle home more flexibility and room to breathe.
Elgin Street Residence by Sonelo Design Studio
Simple Tricks Give This Compact Home the Illusion of Spaciousness
Your home doesn't need to be physically big to feel spacious. There are a few tricks to make your home feel larger than life.
Murray by Foomann Architects
This Elsternwick Home Delights on a Narrow, Tightly Constrained Block
In a suburb of houses three times its size this home makes the most of its narrow block and compact size by capturing views of the sky.
Like Living in the '70s by Steffen Welsch Architects
Modernist 1970s Home Addresses its Shortcomings For 21st Century Life
A home rich with character is updated to improve comfort, privacy and connection to the landscape without losing its vintage feel.
Blackburn Villa by Inbetween Architecture
Is it Time to Ditch the Formal Dining and Prioritise Living?
This professional couple felt constrained by an outdated floor plan that sacrificed living areas for circulation and formal dining...
Tent House by Sparks Architects
A Unique Family Home Covered Entirely By a Tent Structure
Tucked away in Noosa's bushy hinterland is a tent house - a place that gives the sense of permanent camping without sacrifice...
Urban Cottage by CoLab Architecture
This Charming Home Is Inspired by Early Colonial Workers' Cottages
Dubbed the Urban Cottage, this modern take on a workers' cottage feels fresh and contemporary in-spite of its early colonial roots.
Skylight Terrace by Josephine Hurley Architecture
Subterranean Living Space Transformed by a Huge Skylight
With low ceilings and only the rear of this living area above ground level, this terrace needed something big to feel like a home...
Dark Horse by Architecture Architecture
In a Neighbourhood of Workers' Cottages, There's One Dark Horse
Black sheep. Odd one out. Dark horse. Whatever you want to call it, there's something different about this home - and we love it!
Sampson House by Source Architects
North Facing Living Spaces Provide Space and Light to This Home
This 1920s home was transformed by an extension that refocusses living areas and a master retreat on a new north-facing courtyard.
Avalon Beach Apartment_G by Studio Benicio
1970s Apartment Update for a Professional Couple and Their Bulldog
By opening up to kitchen to the living area and creating a better connection to the deck, this apartment makes better use of its space.
Shadow Cottage Daylesford by MRTN Architects
Daylesford Cottage Updated with Sensitive, Japanese-Inspired Addition
With the option to demolish and start from scratch, MRTN Architects instead create a sensitive addition to this Victorian cottage.
Ethel by Lisa Cummins Architect
What Surprises Are Hiding Behind This Humble Victorian-Era Facade?
'Ethel' has a number of delightful surprises up her sleeve, proving there's more to this humble Victorian home than she lets on...
Mudjimba by Chris Klar Architects
A Tropical Home for a Couple to Sit Back and Enjoy the Bush Setting
A home near Noosa is designed for the area's sub-tropical climate and to maximise the owner's enjoyment of the bush setting.
Hawthorn Studio by Habitech Systems
New Studio Builds Future Flexibility Into This Hawthorn Home
A studio connected to the main house by a decked walkway creates maximum flexibility (and reduces renovation stress) for this family.
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