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Ripple House: A Series of Unfurling Spaces with the ‘Ripple’ Notion

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.

Eumundi House: A Different Approach to Rural Life with Three Modest New Structures

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.

Kiama House: The Main Residence with Natural Materials for A Robust Rural Character

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.

Coopworth, Tasmania: A Contemporary Interpretation of A Country Farmhouse

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.

Bolton Avenue Hampton: A Modern Single House with A Grand Porte-Cochere

The visitors of this house are welcomed by a grand Porte-Cochere that supported by projecting stone columns. Bolton Avenue Hampton is a modern single house designed by Martin Friedrich Architects. This house is 740 m2 in size, offering a strong experience starts from the entrance to the main spaces inside.

Mittagong Farmhouse: A Grand Yet Unassuming Home Built of Robust Materials

Completed in 2010 by Allen Jack+Cottier Architects, Mittagong Farmhouse is a grand yet unassuming home that sits in an NSW Southern Highlands cattle farm. With 450 m² in size, this farmhouse works in harmony with its sometimes harsh yet beautiful surroundings. It is also a farmhouse built of robust materials using basic utilitarian construction techniques.

Mcleod House: A Four-Bedroom House with A Strong Horizontal Expression and Durable Materials

Located in Sydney, Australia, Mcleod House is a four-bedroom house designed by Ian Moore Architects. This house sits on a ridge above Sydney’s Middle Harbour with awesome district views. Completed in 2015, this house has a strong horizontal expression that comes from its structure. The materials used to build it are not only durable but also low maintenance.

Cluden Street, Brighton East: A Single Home with Large Glazed Openings and Modern Lines

Located at Brighton East, Australia, this single home is designed by Martin Friedrich Architects. Cluden Street, Brighton East is 420 m2 in size with clean modern lines and also large glazed openings, creating a seamless connection to the outdoor or indoor areas of the house.

Strelein Warehouse: Transformation of A Former Grocery Warehouse into A One-Bedroom Residence

Completed in 2010 by Ian Moore Architects, Strelein Warehouse is a transformation project of the late 19th-century former grocery warehouse into a 2 level, one-bedroom residence. Located in Sydney, Australia, this house has a contrast between the precision of the steelwork and the patina of the original brickwork. This contrast summarises the transformation from industrial to residential.

Balmoral House: A Four-Bedroom House with Two Distinct Pavilions Designed of Differing Heights

Located in Balmoral Beach, Sydney, Australia, this four-bedroom house is designed by Ian Moore Architects. Balmoral House sits on an irregular-shaped block of land on the slope above the beach. TIn order to respond to the topography and Council height controls, two distinct pavilions have been designed of differing heights. This project is started in 2002 and completed in 2006.