On an exposed Central Otago, New Zealand site with historic mining tailings lies Black Quail – a breathtaking new home designed by Bergend...
Over a 12 year period, Simon Pendal Architect extended this 1940s Fremantle home with a series of ‘cave-like chambers' and luscious garden...
The Marrickville House by Aileen Sage sees a sympathetic renovation of a heritage home turned from dilapidated to luminous!
Arent&Pyke steered clear of the typical beach-house aesthetic when creating this layered holiday house in Palm Beach, NSW.
Brunswick House is a quietly robust project by Placement Studio, utilising joinery that fits together like a puzzle to cleverly define rooms...
A subtle update to an eclectic 100-year-old cottage in Ivanhoe, designed by Inbetween Architecture.
Ha Architecture overcame heritage restrictions to transform this Hawthorn home into a Japanese-inspired tranquil space.
This serene holiday home by Tanner Architects makes the most of its rugged Tasmanian outlook.
Lineburg Wang saved a 1960s Paddington, Brisbane home from future flood damage, and added an inspired indoor-outdoor extension.
A North Balwyn home designed by architect Alan Nance and built in 1957 is on the market, and it's amazing!
A transformed St Kilda West home by Lucy Clemenger Architects, that takes advantage of its park-side site.
Pop Architecture returned this 1960 mid-century home in Ivanhoe East to its former glory through interior alterations.
PW Studio set out to design a house that integrated the two fundamentals of architecture, humans and nature, into one calm family home.
Gabled House by Clayton Orszaczky is a dreamy family home bathed in natural light and gardens.
Highlands House by Other Architects turns it back on the quintessential modern Australian country home, instead exploring the idea of living...
Architect Adele McNab makes a case for compact, inner-city living with her own serene family home on a 62 square metre site!
A remarkable Melbourne home that references the mountain ranges of rural New Zealand, and the beaches of South Australia - by Architecture A...
Anthrosite joins two neighbouring properties into one U-shaped home, encircling a verdant central courtyard.