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A Dual-occupancy Project to Stand Out From the Rest
It's rare that we feature a dual-occupancy project on Lunchbox Architect, but the attention to quality makes this one stand out...
LBK by PLY Architecture
A Modern, Light-filled Extension to the Rear of a Heritage Home
The new living area of this heritage home captures glimpses of the sky and opens seamlessly to the outdoors.
Laneway Studio by McGregor Westlake Architecture
A Laneway Studio Designed as a Prototype for Developing Our Suburbs
Architecture as a political statement. What should our suburbs look like as we attempt to squeeze millions more into our cities?
Skylit House by Downie North Architects
A Renovation Which Resulted in Less, Not More. But Who's Complaining?
Sometimes, reevaluating and reconfiguring what you have proves that you already have enough. It did for this family of five...
The Honeyworks House by Paul Butterworth Architect
An Affordable Home With Room for the Grandchildren and Honey Making
Rather than dedicate space to rooms that will rarely be used, create versatile spaces and spend your remaining budget on luxuries...
Ivanhoe Extension by Modscape
Could You Live at Home While Your Extension is Being Built?
Living at home while your extension is built sounds like a nightmare, but this clever idea allowed the owners to live disruption-free.
Boundary Street House by Chan Architecture
A New Home Makes the Most of an Unusual Site in the Inner City
It's not often you get to build a new house in the inner city. What would you do if you had a clean slate?
Enmore House by Amrish Maharaj Architect
This Home Hides a Secret Which Transforms the Previously Dark Terrace
Many old terraces are dark and pokey, but thanks to a tricky secret behind those doors, this terrace is now light, bright and spacious.
K2 House by FMD Architects
A Bachelor's Pad Is Transformed Into a Home Fit for a Family
Life can change a lot in 10 years, so what do you do if your home no longer fits in with your life? Move or renovate?
College Place by Nest Architects
How Would You Design a House for a Scuba Diver?
If you're noticing a bit of an underwater theme in this home, it's no accident. This is a home for a keen scuba diver!
Limerick House by Solomon Troup Architects
A Poetic Addition Reorients the Home to Take in a Spectacular View
Inspired by shearing sheds in the area and rhyming with the original home, a clever addition transforms this weekender.
Randwick Pavilion by MaSQ Architecture
A Lounge Pavilion Set in a Sunken Garden Feels Both Indoors and Out
A simple, yet considered pavilion connects the home to the garden and brings greenery and light into the living area.
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