John Gollings - Architectural Photographer

John Gollings - Architectural photography featured on Lunchbox Architect

Cloud House by McBride Charles Ryan (via Lunchbox Architect)

Cloud House: Conservative in Front, But a Radical Surprise Out Back

The Cloud House is a recent home extension by architects, McBride Charles Ryan. From the front it's a typical home. From the back, it's a whole other story.

Stewart House by Chenchow Little Architects (via Lunchbox Architect)

Stewart House: Bushfire Proof House That's Anything But a Bunker

Bushfire regulations are a challenge. Homes can end up like bunkers. Chenchow Little's Stewart House is a bushfire proof house that doesn't sacrifice looks.

Forever House by WoodWoodWard Architecture (via Lunchbox Architect)

Forever House: A New Pavilion under the Eaves of a Suburban Home

A sustainable, flexible and contemporary living space grows out of an existing home. It's reverent and cheeky, radical and conservative.

Bike House by FMD Architects (via Lunchbox Architect)

A Family of Bike Lovers Find All They Are Looking for at Bike House

MAMIL haters, beware. Bike House is designed for a family of four bikes-lovers who have foregone the family car for a two-wheeled alternative.

Semi-Detached House by Chenchow Little Architects (via Lunchbox Architect)

Semi-Detached House Explores How 'In-Between' Spaces Can Be Better Used

Substantial alterations to an Arts and Crafts house explores the potential of verandahs and decks to become supplemental living spaces…

Constable House by Townsend + Associates Architects (via Lunchbox Architect)

Constable House Staged Renovation Takes 14 Years, But Worth the Wait

A 1960s Architect-designed home undergoes 21st Century transformation into a gracious new house fit for modern living.

Somers Beach House by March Studio (via Lunchbox Architect)

A Beachy Home for Both Everyday Living and Weekend Population Swells

Everyone loves to get away to the beach for the weekend, luckily this house can accomodate all of the extended friends and family.

True North by Tandem Design Studio (via Lunchbox Architect)

This is How You Deal With an Unusual Triangular Site...

What do you do with a triangular site? Perhaps the best solution is to think outside of the box. Or triangle, as the case may be...

Old Be-al House by FMD Architects (via Lunchbox Architect)

A Renovation that Honours a Beautiful Old Gum Tree in the Backyard

If there's an old tree in your backyard, don't cut it down to make way for your new reno. Instead, make it the centrepiece.