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Suntrap House by Anderson Architecture
A Clever Addition Traps the Sun to Keep This Home Comfortable
This family were miserable in their south-facing living areas, but thanks to a clever addition, their home is now light and bright.
Split End House by Mártires Doyle Architects
Split End House's Cranking and Splitting Roof Lets Light In
A south-facing backyard can feel like a curse, but an unconventional roofline could come to the rescue to let direct natural light in.
Falconer Street Residence by Sonelo Design Studio
A Minimal Renovation Maximises the Connection to the Outdoors
A strong visual and physical connection to the garden is achieved without significantly altering this inner-city terrace.
Ascot Vale Micro Addition by Drawing Room Architecture
Micro Addition Tucks Much-needed Second Bathroom into Narrow Setback
It's not the size of an addition that counts, it's the functionality it adds to your home. This micro addition achieves hefty results.
First Lessons House by Ray Dinh Architecture
Getting the Basics Right Helps Architect Nail His First Solo Project
The careful siting of this new home helps it take full advantage of the sun and embrace a beautiful, bushy site.
The Shadow House by Nic Owen Architects
A 'Shadow' of This Heritage Home Shows Us How You Extend Respectfully
Extending heritage homes respectfully is a challenge. Allowing this addition to recede into the shadows was the sensitive approach.
Gresham Street House by Jackson Teece
An Eco-friendly Addition Reinterprets a Classic Queenslander
New additions help this home to perform more like a traditional Queenslander, helping it fit perfectly with its site and climate.
Blinco Street House by Philip Stejskal Architects
What Role Do Our Homes Play in Helping Us Recover and Reset?
Settling into regular life takes some adjustment for a fly-in-fly-out worker who spends a month away from home. This new home helps.
Binary House by Christopher Polly Architects
Contrasting Addition Complements a Sixties Yellow Brick Home
The good qualities of both old and new are highlighted by creating an addition which is the binary opposite of the original.
Tetris Extension by Crosshatch
This Extension Is Arranged Like a Game of Tetris to Maximise Space
On a tight, south-facing site, the various spaces of this addition are expertly arranged to ensure maximum benefit with minimal fuss.
Aireys Ramp House by Irons McDuff Architecture
This Beach House Wraps Around Itself to Protect from the Elements
Living near the beach has its pros and cons. A great beach house needs to embrace the sunshine while protecting from cold ocean winds.
Brick Aperture House by Kreis Grennan Architecture
A New Addition Frames a Leafy Outlook in the Backyard of This Home
The aperture-like addition to this heritage home carefully frames the best views and lets light into the new living spaces.
House A by Walter&Walter
This Suburban Home Finds a Unique Way to Connect with the Landscape
From the street, this looks like a house with no windows, but once inside you realise it's the exact opposite...
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