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Hillside house

The architecture of the Hillside house is characterised by concern for natural habitat and the desire to generate a large-span living space to accommodate the residents comfortably. Therefore, the building is cantilevered above the terrain, preserving all pre-existing trees, relief, and based on a long metal frame with a 12-meter column pitch. Designed by TWO+, the top...

Moody and dramatic Chancery Lane – Melbourne

Set within the historic Normanby Chambers, in Melbourne Australia, Chancery Lane reinstates the charm and decadence of the building, while introducing an immersive dining experience celebrating chef Scott Pickett’s signature cuisine. With the ambition to create an ‘instant institution,’ Bergman & Co sought to craft a rich and memorable dining atmosphere; a place of comfort, serenity and...

Southern Italian holiday villa

Trullo GT is a holiday home derived from the renovation and expansion of a traditional stone Trulli structure in the Itria Valley, Apulia, southern Italy. The spaces are designed to relax immersed in the nature of the rural environment of Apulia in a typical local architecture, away from the stress of the city. The structure is located in a terraced land with an...

Sabat house – Iran

Sabat House is a reconstruction renovation of a villa built in 1975 located in Niavaran, Iran. With unique project features, the project adheres to three principles of privacy, hierarchy, and centrality. In this project, architectural practice Team Group tried to strengthen these three issues. Privacy: In the plan due to private and semi-private circulation Axis: Inspired by...

1960’s Cove House house Sydney

The Cove House house Sydney is an original 1960’s house that has been respectfully reimagined by renowned studio, Brendan Wong Design in the spirit of the original 1960’s architecture. New organic inspired interior elements introduce contemporary comfort and project the home forward for decades of future enjoyment. Decorated with rich textural layers the interior is a...

Tandem House – Melbourne

Tandem House is for a family with young adult children that is scaling down from a large suburban property to a small urban block in Hawthorn, Melbourne. Designed by Fiona Drago Architects, the house is composed of two buildings arranged in tandem, while presenting as a single building to the street. The two buildings are separated by...

1890s Federation house reborn – St Kilda

Jaboby is a renovation and extension to an 1890s Federation house located on a beautiful tree lined street in St Kilda West with direct access to Jacoby Reserve, a small neighbourhood park. Lucy Clemenger Architects were engaged for the architecture and interior design of the house. Sophie Gunnersen contributed to the interior design of the project as...

Interconnected house in Mexico City

Located in an area of Mexico City that has a determining topographic condition towards the ravine; on a plot with a narrow frontage, which prompted Manuel Cervantes Estudio to analyse how they could achieve maximum spaces with good lighting and a relationship with the outside.
The architectural starting point generated a total spatial and visual integration with the...

Sense of Self Bathhouse – Collingwood

Located in my stomping ground Collingwood, Victoria, Australia. Sense of Self Bathhouse redefines the wellness experience with an inclusive, immersive and design-led model for self-care within a converted warehouse comprising of; a large mineral bath, Hammam Steam room, Finnish sauna, light-filled vegetated courtyard and cold plunge pool.
A collaborative design exploration between Setsquare Studio +

Briar Bank House New Zealand

Briar Bank House is a holiday house with a large view, located in Wanaka , New Zealand. Designed for a couple with 5 adult children visiting at different times the brief called for a place for both privacy and expansive living, outlaid on a carefully crafted site plan.
Designed by Rafe Maclean Architects, a soft material palette on...

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