A cramped, dark and damp Victorian cottage is transformed, by architects Apparte Studio, into a light-filled, flowing and uplifting home, while referencing original features of the house.
Nothing particularly glamorous, certainly no opportunity for any kind of heroic architectural statement as Perversi-Brooks Architects’ first project. Just a good, honest renovation for the clients so that they can stay in their pocket of Yarraville surrounded by community, shops and their Children’s school.
The Owners had purchased Shoreham House in disrepair with the view of creating a weekender. Designed by Bryant Alsop the completed house has a wonderful eclectic feel, where reclaimed and industrial furniture sit comfortably through the original cottage and within the contemporary addition.
Designed by Guild Architects Yarraville Garden House honors the sun and seasons through a family home that opens up to the north and a garden that imbues the house and the lives of the family.
Yamaha Music as a brand provides creativity and inspiration to musicians. With their new office, Yamaha Music’s management and staff deserves the same.
The final space offers each employee an aspirational workplace, creative spaces and encouraging them to perform at their best. STUDIOMINT
Idyllically set among Victoria’s coastal bushland on the Mornington Peninsula, this was a replacement building for a fiberglass shack that has grown into a permanent residence and a holiday house for extended family, designed by Altereco Design.
The design of Dancing House was inspired by the Client’s fondness for tranquil, forested clearings, the interplay between the new and existing frames three courtyards which orchestrate an unfolding engagement with the nuances of nature and the site.
Cremorne Studios by LAYAN Architects is a 6-storey highly sustainable energy-efficient commercial development located at 17 William Street, Cremorne Victoria.
Traditionally the area was occupied by small-scale factories and workshops housed in brick-style warehouse buildings throughout.
ZWEI Interiors Architecture have designed a space that evokes the sense of the universe beyond. Light years is an eatery in Melbourne that references both the environment and experience of the inter-planetary universe. This is achieved through Coloured film and lighting positioned to play with colour in the building.
This home, designed by Sarah Kahn Architect, had to sit alongside the existing studio/garage building, allow for direct entry to the second dwelling from the lane way plus maintain access into the garage and to the studio above whilst retaining sunlight in the existing studio room, where the owner worked.
The Green Sheep Collective’s Smart Home is a renovation and extension to a two-bedroom single-fronted timber Victorian cottage in inner Melbourne. It utilises a wide range of social, healthy, environmental and passive solar design principles and products to create a high-level environmentally sustainable home that is also modestly-sized and affordable.
This new project designed by Elenberg Fraser puts the mixed in mixed-use, taking cues from our client to bring a bit of Singapore-style precinct urban planning and a tropical twist to this prominent site in the CBD.
Transforming a compact 1970’s inner city townhouse into a light filled home, Thomas Winwood Architecture, has created a peaceful and highly functional home.
Elenberg Fraser built the Ikebana development around courtyards that evoke the intense reflection of the famous Japanese rock gardens, and the ability to blend outdoor space with indoor – these central spaces offer respite from the urban surrounds, a place for contemplation.