interiors

Iron Cove House – Sydney

Iron Cove House is located in a conservation area, in Sydney , Australia. Modifications to the street elevation are subtle, preserving the neighbourhood character as well as the appealing qualities of the old building. Designed by Luke Moloney Architecture whom employ traditional building design techniques coupled with the skilful use and understanding of traditional materials and details...

The second house – Tokyo

This residence in central Tokyo is the second of two houses located a minute’s walk from one another, both occupied on a routine basis by the client. The client’s sole request was that Love Architecture create a modern space made up of elements lacking in the first house: a recreational room and wine cave in the basement,...

The Shuck Shuck

The Shuck Shuck is an interior fit out for a new food concept in Vancouver’s Chinatown, on East Pender Street. The concept uses oysters as a vessel, combining them with novel, worldly ingredients, sustainable practices, and a highly social environment. Labelled as a non-traditional restaurant, the urban grazing stop strives to be the place to connect people and shellfish in transition times -...

Barwon Heads House cottage transformed

Adam Kane Architects has given new life to a run-down weatherboard cottage in coastal Barwon Heads, Victoria, transforming it into a contemporary home through the careful use of textural tones and deep understanding of the sense of space. Breaking free from its local label as “the dump”, the black façade of the rejuvenated cottage subtly blends into its...

Portugal farmhouse luxury escape

Casa Um, which in Portuguese means House Number One, is housed in an old farmhouse, nestled amongst orange groves near Tavira, a picturesque town on Portugal’s Algarve coast, is a new holiday residence with a sophisticated take on the local vernacular architecture, homey ambience and sense of understated luxury. The first guest house from design-led hospitality brand theAddresses, is masterfully renovated and extended by Lisbon-based architecture...

A house for a gardener – UK

A much-loved garden was central to Amos Goldreich Architecture design of this side and rear extension for a Victorian mid-terrace house in the Stroud Green Conservation Area of Haringey, London UK. The project, designed for a couple, both in property development and one a keen gardener, arranges a sequence of living spaces around the garden and an internal courtyard that...

A deeper connection with nature – Melbourne

Tucked away in a cul-de-sac in Melbourne’s northern suburb of Northcote, Maxwell house is a high-tech eco-friendly home built for a young family of 5, plus their dog Otto, a miniature schnauzer. The Maxwell residence rethinks traditional suburban dwelling by allowing the occupants to indulge in a deeper connection with nature via Biophilic design. From internal courtyards to large windows, the well-balanced home centres around...

Creating flow in Melbourne

Located in Melbourne the Mulgoa house is a sequence of spaces that harness an interconnected relationship between the indoors and outdoors. Designed and built by Mckimm, the design ethos for the Mulgoa was to bring all elements of the home together to play a part in layering texture, tone and contrast. An interior with strong, moody elements through its choice...

Chestnut farm – UK

Chestnut farm is located in New Forest National Park, Hampshire , United Kingdom. The house is designed to enhance the well-being of the owners by creating a direct relationship with the landscape as you move through the building. The building is highly insulated and its orientation is maximised to benefit from solar gain. Positioned above the landscape requiring no concrete in construction, the house can be...

Black Point Residence – Canada

This expansive residence was designed for a retired couple looking for a summer home where their extended family could all gather and spend time together. Located in the harsh climate of the Northumberland Strait in Black Point, Nova Scotia, designed by Peter Braithwaite Studio, the architectural design pushes the limit of maritime vernacular seaside fishing and boat sheds. The building’s form...