Located in New South Wales, Randwick House is a transformation project completed by Madeleine Blanchfield Architects. This project transforms two apartments into a single-dwelling house. There is also a large covered outdoor area to enjoy the outside views.
Located in Elsternwick, Victoria, Hiding House is a compact house designed by Jackson Clements Burrows Architects. It is a 2014 project with a passively environmentally responsive design to reduce energy use and ensure substantial thermal mass.
Designed by CplusC Architectural Workshop, Infinity House is a modern beach house located in Sydney. It is a residential project with material, time, and cost efficiency to respond to the changing climatic conditions on the site.
Allen Jack+Cottier works together with designer Belinda Koopman and landscape architect Vladimir Sitta to design this grand house in Australia. Transformed in 2010, Glass Loggia House is a two-storey High Victorian-style residence that offers a union of clever design and visual artistry.
This house is an urban-infill project completed by Nic Brunsdon. North Perth House is located on a small block in inner-city Perth, determined by a simple structural arrangement. It is a house where its building structure and finishing material are formed by concrete pre-cast panels.
Located in Australia, CLT House encompasses a reconfiguration of the existing building with a new upper floor added. Completed in 2019, this multigenerational family home is designed with Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) to allow for large spanning timber structures.
Completed in 2020 by FMD Architects, it is a project of a series of unfurling spaces located in Australia. These spaces are defined by subtle shifts in the light and site. A narrative around progression and reverberation is developed on Ripple House, drawing on the ‘ripple’ notion as well.
Located in Noosa, QLD, Australia, with 240 m² in size, Eumundi House reflects a different approach to rural life with three modest new structures wished by the clients. Completed in 2019 by Allen Jack+Cottier Architects, the new structures can help forge a close relationship with a herd of brumbies on the clients’ 35-acre property.
Completed in 2018 by Allen Jack+Cottier Architects, Kiama House is designed as the main residence located within the coastal landscape of the Illawarra. This house sits on a 20-hectare stud farm and is surrounded by panoramic views across the rolling hills to the ocean. Natural materials are chosen to give this house a robust rural character.
Completed in 2020 by FMD Architects, Coopworth is a contemporary interpretation of a country farmhouse located in the rural surrounds of Bruny Island, Tasmania. With awesome views of the water and mountain ranges beyond, this farmhouse is designed to accommodate two principal occupants.