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A Breezy Beach House Designed for Byron Bay's Sub-tropical Climate
Sub-tropical climates require a special approach to design to ensure they are comfortable in the sticky summers and the cool winters.
Ballarat East House by Porter Architects
Timber Inside and Out Helps This Home Fit Into Its Bushy Site
When the inhabitants of your suburban fringe block include a number of old native trees, mimic their style and go timber all over.
Coburg North House by Baker Drofenik Architects
The Outlook of this 1940s Home Just Got a Lot Brighter...
A new addition prioritises light and a connection to the garden, transforming this 1940s house into an uplifting and modern home.
Outside In House by MODO Architecture
Outside In House: This Modern Extension Doesn't Steal the Limelight
This modern addition is more like a supporting actor, allowing the charm and beauty of the original home to shine through.
The Peak by Grimshaw Architects
An Affordable and Sustainable Tiny House (With a Heart)
Just because this tiny house is affordable, sustainable and socially responsible doesn't mean it's not stylish to boot...
House with a Guest Room by Andrew Power
A House with a Guest Room is Created with Three Simple Pavilions
At this minimal home, the space in between the living area and bedrooms is just as crucial as the spaces themselves.
Oikos Breakneck Gorge by Robert Nichol & Sons
A Short-term Home Away From Home Where Quality Trumps Quantity
Oikos, ancient Greek for 'home', is a short-term rental demonstrating luxury is achievable if we down-size our ambitions.
Green Shutter House by OOF! Architects
A Dour Old Post Office Finds Its Mojo As a Sunny Summer Beach House
A house that was once a post office felt frustratingly disconnected from the outdoors has been transformed into a breezy beach house.
L-House by Alexander Symes Architect
From Partially Completed Project Home to Modern, Energy Efficient Home
Working with what was already there to create a modern family home had its challenges on this bushland site in the Blue Mountains.
Garden Studio by MODO Architecture
Don't Build Over Your Garden, Grow Your Garden Up Instead!
Instead of sacrificing their productive garden, plants are encouraged to grow up the walls of this clever backyard studio.
Project Nymph by Zen Architects
What If Your Home Felt More Like Living in a Garden?
This home takes advantage of its location near the Botanic Gardens to create a living area which feels like an extension of the garden.
Nulla Vale House and Shed by MRTN Architects
An Off-Grid, Back-to-Basics Retreat Connects This Couple to the Land
This warm, textural home creates a connection to place, captures views and creates a humble retreat from the elements (and the city).
Burrill Lake House by Jost Architects
This Classic Fibro Beach Shack is Updated for a Young Family
This home holds special memories for the architect, Pat Jost, making it important to retain the elements that fill it with character.
Selby Aura Family Home by Drawing Room Architecture
What a Difference Fresh Colours, New Joinery and Great Lighting Makes
This home had good bones, but forty years of use left it feeling tired. A clever facelift offers a fresh start for its new owners.
Buxton House by Anchor Homes
Can You Guess What Sets This Home Apart from the Rest?
Opening onto a huge deck, with incredible views from every room, you'll never guess what makes this country home so unique.
Micro Addition by Cathi Colla Architects
Could a Micro Addition Be All You Need to Transform Your Home?
We've heard of tiny houses and micro-apartments, but could a micro addition be the answer to your space issues? Let's see...
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