Tasmanian Timber Series: Harriet's House

SO:Architecture blends heritage with modernity in this heroic yet humble home. Their six-year design process prioritised collaboration and emphasised the use of Tasmanian Oak and brick. This project reflects a meticulous exploration of space, materials and a deep connection to place.

Paperbark Pod by Bark Design Architects

Gracefully integrating with the scenic Currimundi Lake, this simple pavilion design contrasts the lush surroundings, embodying a timeless connection to nature. The home fosters a tranquil connection to the Queensland landscape, creating a space that resonates with the beauty of its context.

Goldsmith Residence by C.Kairouz Architects

Tucked away in the Melbourne suburb of Elwood, this inspired transformation balances heritage charm with modern flair. Fusing a sculptural staircase and an abundance of arches, Goldsmith Residence is a masterful blend of sophisticated design and timeless character.

The Full Monty by FYC Architects

Balancing innovation and simplicity, this Richmond home features a powerful upper floor extension and soaring gabled roof, highlighting the charm of a worker's cottage whilst ushering it into modernity.

Bellevue Hill House by Carla Middleton Architecture

Awoken from dark disjointedness, this project reinvigorates a Federation-era home in Sydney's eastern suburbs with the inclusion of a central courtyard, beckoning warm light into the heart of the home.

Cremorne House by Trethowan Architecture

Retaining the original cottage form with contemporary features, Trethowan Architecture ensure a seamless transition from the bustling street to tranquil interior in this residence that pays homage to its heritage.

Cloudview Springbrook by Paul Uhlmann Architects

Offering unique panoramic forest views, Cloudview seamlessly blends with the lush forest surrounds. Balancing practical design and inviting interiors, the project boasts a warm, homely interior and maximised views.

Courtside House by Tom Robertson Architects

Courtside House by Tom Robertson Architects redefines the concept of a home as a an experience; blending entertaining, living and relaxing in this family holiday home and abolishing the notion of simply 'existing'.

Mt Eliza House by BENT Architecture

A residence that is a paradigm of empathetic design for Australia's ageing population. This eco-friendly haven ensures a low-maintenance lifestyle, blending comfort and accessibility, it's more than a home; it's a retreat to age, grow, and live.

Selby House by Placement

Straddling the Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges, Selby House located in the Victorian town of the same name, drips with desert-tones in a departure from the cold and wet surrounding landscape.

That Old Chestnut by FIGR. Architecture & Design

Hidden in the chaotic inner-city suburb of Cremorne in Melbourne, That Old Chestnut by FIGR. Architecture & Design echoes the suburbs eclectic landscape and industrial heritage; transforming the existing single-story workers cottage into a secluded, urban sanctuary.

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