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Garden View House by
Stuck on Whether to Renovate or Demolish and Start Over?
These owners decided to work with what they had rather than start afresh. The result is a functional and character-filled home.
Two Halves House by Moloney Architects
Two Pavilions Encourage a Sociable Lifestyle and Embrace the Bush
Two Halves House steps down the landscape, separated into a sociable living space and a private sleeping zone.
Leederville House by RYANarc
A Unique Vaulted Ceiling and Clerestory Windows Bring in the Light
A home on a corner block maximises light without sacrificing privacy by reorienting to the north and some strategic clerestory windows.
Little Big House by Room 11
A Small Home With Big Volumes Designed to Embrace its Cool Climate
Built in an area that sometimes encounters snow, this home in the hills has a small footprint, but large volumes make it feel spacious.
A Sunroom by Arcke Architecture and Interior Design
A Sunroom and Articulated Fence Were All it Took to Update this Home
We love simple projects that make a big difference. And it doesn't get much simpler than a sunroom and a fence.
Dark Light House by MRTN Architects
A Small Addition Creates a Home Greater Than the Sum of Its Parts
Light and dark, east and west, new and old, Dark Light House's new living pavilion contrasts without simply doing the opposite.
Saturn II by McManus Lew Architects
A New Rear Living Area Creates a Better Connection to the Outdoors
We love to get out and enjoy the backyard, but too often our homes are disconnected from our outdoor spaces. Here's what you can do...
Port Melbourne House by Finnis Architects
Former Milkbar Now a Light-filled Family Home Among the Treetops
Floating above the original milkbar is a recently renovated pavilion which makes this unique family home feel like it's a treehouse.
Coronet by Jos Tan Architects
Hold the Wrecking Ball! When Demo, Then Reno Is Not the Solution
With a slim budget, demolition of the rear of this home was not an option. But an even slimmer bathroom was part of the solution...
Rennie Street House by Architect Hewson
A House That Shows Us a Lean-to Can Be a Blessing, Not a Blight
Typically, a lean-to with a laundry and kitchen tacked on to the rear of an older home is the first thing to go in a reno. Not here...
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