Rhiannon Slatter - Architectural Photographer

Rhiannon Slatter - Architectural photography featured on Lunchbox Architect

Rhiannon Slatter is a Melbourne-based architectural photographer who regularly collaborates with a broad range of architects, designers, and professionals in the construction community.

Fitzroy North Addition by Nic Owen Architects (via Lunchbox Architect)

Fitzroy North Addition Defies Constraints for Affordable, Spacious Home

Tight site, stringent planning and heritage controls, and a difficult orientation -- Nic Owen Architects pull off the architectural equivalent of a miracle.

Clifton Hill House by Nic Owen Architects (via Lunchbox Architect)

Clifton Hill House: Heritage Cottage Gets Sustainable Renovation

An inner city Victorian cottage of heritage significance is renovated with contemporary design and sustainable building practices.

Waratah Bay House by Hayne Wadley Architecture (via Lunchbox Architect)

The Glazed Brick Facade at This Beach House is Inspired By Escher

Designed to sit long and low and recede into the landscape, this beach house still incorporates enough fun to make it a stand out.

Parkville House by Steffen Welsch Architects (via Lunchbox Architect)

Glazed Atrium Dining Room Links and Lights This Heritage Home

Older homes typically face two problems: lack of natural light and poor planning. A glazed atrium dining room solves both issues here.

Park Cottage by Bryant Alsop (via Lunchbox Architect)

An Unexpectedly Colourful and Playful Addition to a Heritage Home

From the heritage facade you'd never expect to find this light-filled, colourful and playful home which spills into the backyard.

Like Living in the '70s by Steffen Welsch Architects (via Lunchbox Architect)

Modernist 1970s Home Addresses its Shortcomings For 21st Century Life

A home rich with character is updated to improve comfort, privacy and connection to the landscape without losing its vintage feel.

Hemp House by Steffen Welsch Architects (via Lunchbox Architect)

Turns Out Hemp Is Useful for More Than Rope and Yoga Pants

Built from rammed earth, timber and hempcrete, this home is a healthy and environmentally sensitive space for three generations.

Side Yard House by Andrew Child Architecture (via Lunchbox Architect)

The Clever Reason to Skip a Backyard in Favour of a Side Yard Instead

If your backyard doesn't face north, create a long side yard instead so you can enjoy the benefits of natural light and passive design.