Hobart Tasmania, Australia

Hobart, the capital of Tasmania, is known for its rich history, vibrant culture, and stunning natural beauty. This dynamic city is perfect for new homes and architectural renovations that reflect its unique character. Hobart’s blend of historic buildings, contemporary developments, and scenic waterfront provides diverse opportunities for architects to create innovative designs. The city’s lively arts scene, outdoor activities, and close-knit communities make it an attractive destination for families and professionals. With its unique mix of old and new, Hobart offers a captivating canvas for residential projects that celebrate its distinctive charm.

Homes from Hobart that have been previously featured on Lunchbox Architect

Bruny Shore House by Beachouse Architecture (via Lunchbox Architect)

Bruny Shore House is Eco-Friendly But Still Has a Dramatic Flair

Eco-friendly Bruny Shore House reaches out from one of the steepest parts of the site to take in the dramatic Tasmanian coastline.

Highway House by Room 11 (via Lunchbox Architect)

Highway House Seems to Float Dramatically Above a Sheer Slope

The compact Highway House takes full advantage of its difficult, but dramatic site — sitting lightly over Hobart and the Derwent River…

#thebarnTAS by workbylizandalex (via Lunchbox Architect)

Barn Conversion Does "As Much As Necessary, As Little As Possible"

This incredible barn conversion retains much of the original stone and timber work highlighted against new insertions where necessary.

Lighthouse by Room 11 (via Lunchbox Architect)

A Courtyard for Outdoor Living Helps a Hobart Family to Downsize

Blessed with a large block in a good area, this family decided to downsize in the backyard, in spite of the constraints.

Little Big House by Room 11 (via Lunchbox Architect)

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.

Five Yards House by Archier (via Lunchbox Architect)

A New Home Defined and Enlarged By Its Connection to the Garden

A relatively modest-sized home feels more spacious and comfortable thanks to its connection to and interaction with five garden spaces.

(Gr)ancillary Dwelling by Crump Architects (via Lunchbox Architect)

(Gr)ancillary Dwelling is Far From Your Average Granny Flat...

An incredible home for a much-loved grandmother allows her to live independently (but close by). It's better than a retirement village!

Knocklofty by Preston Lane Architects (via Lunchbox Architect)

Voids, Volume and Views. This Warehouse-inspired Home Has It All…

Transforming a 1980s house into a warehouse loft-inspired home involved removing the roof but the results are more than worth it!

Milkman's Cottage by Preston Lane Architects (via Lunchbox Architect)

Tiny Heritage Cottage Transformed into Surprisingly Spacious Home

Once home to the local milkman, this quaint cottage has been transformed into a light and bright home with a surprising sense of space.

Castray Apartment by Field Labs (via Lunchbox Architect)

Ply and Steel Joinery Items Turn This Heritage Warehouse into a Home

This heritage warehouse has been sensitively transformed into a home with the careful insertion of joinery units to divide the space.

House in Tasmania (Big Red) by Architect George (via Lunchbox Architect)

This compact home is a contemporary take on the classic Aussie shack

Two pavilions offset to capture light and views and create a sheltered courtyard help this home look and feel much larger than it is.

Bonnet Hill House by Dock4 Architecture (via Lunchbox Architect)

Bonnet Hill House: Simple, Honest (Minimalist) Living in Tasmania

A modest, cement clad building sits deep on a north facing bank opening to the landscape and overlooking the valley and ocean below.