Dion Robeson

Based in Perth, Western Australia, Dion Photography specialise in Architectural Photography.

The Exploding! Shed House by David Weir Architects (via Lunchbox Architect)

Industrial Home/Studio Compliments Illustrator's Punchy Aesthetic

A compact weatherboard cottage explodes from the sides of a prefabricated shed to provide space for an illustrator to live and work.

Claremont Residence by Keen Architecture (via Lunchbox Architect)

Love to Entertain? A Party at This House Can Spill Into the Courtyard

A home for entertainers who also travel a lot. Claremont Residence expands for parties or locks down when the owners are away.

House_B by Sandy Anghie Architect (via Lunchbox Architect)

A Courtyard Brings in Light, Breezes and Ensures a Garden Outlook

House_B is essentially a C-shape, wrapping around a central courtyard to maximise light and breezes to the home. That gets an A+ from us.

Gresley Monk Residence by Gresley Abas Architects & Justine Monk Design (via Lunchbox Architect)

Architects Design an Economical Addition to Their 1950s Home

A new addition slides under the eaves of this home, complementing the 1950s original, but reflecting the changing needs of Australians.

McGunnigle Shack by mishack (via Lunchbox Architect)

When Fans of Mid-century Design Saw Mishack, They Saw a Kindred Spirit

This modern home captures the spirit of mid-century design, with a taste of American diner-style breakfast booths for good measure.

Surfmist House by Sandy Anghie Architect (via Lunchbox Architect)

This Beachside Home Goes From Daggy and Confused to Surfmist Cool

Friends said they were brave to buy their home. But who's laughing now after a breezy makeover transforms this 1970s hot mess.

Triangle House by Robeson Architects (via Lunchbox Architect)

Triangle House Proves Odd-shaped Blocks Deserve Love, Too

Trying to fit a home on a tight, triangular block with a busy street on one side and an easement on the other: crazy or brilliant?

King George by Robeson Architects (via Lunchbox Architect)

The Challenges (and Rewards) of Renovating a Heritage House

Renovating a heritage house the right way means you can enjoy the benefits of a modern home while respecting the house's history.

East Fremantle House by Nic Brunsdon (via Lunchbox Architect)

The Most Important Part of This House Is the Space That Is Not Built

A generous north-facing courtyard becomes the best part of this house, bringing light, breezes and the outdoors into every space.