Overlooking the Moorooduc plains sits an impressive new home designed by emerging design company, Little Brick Studio. Their design inspiration for the luxury, modern Australian home takes cues from the breathtaking views from the property.
The client’s brief to Windust Architects x Interiors included the standard “kitchen/ dining/ living”, together with an ambitious 4 bedrooms and 2 x bathrooms.
Designed by Pleysier Perkins, architects, the existing footprint, building fabric and original character of this 1980s single level brick house has been largely retained, with the addition of a master bedroom suite.
Designed by Thomas Winwood Architecture this project reinterprets the bay windows and scale and arrangement of internal spaces to create a new contemporary kitchen and living spaces at the rear of the existing house.
Windust Architects x Interiors designed the extension for a client who required spaces that were flexible, and materials that were robust – they wanted to do this without having to resort to “open plan” living.
The Rhythm house is a home designed by Delia Teschendorff Architecture for a family of musicians. An existing Heritage timber bungalow is extended to provide new living areas, a specialised sound recording space and performance area.
Designed Modscape and peeking above a brick wall in Brunswick sits a modular extension powerfully contrasting the existing architecture yet remaining sympathetic in both scale and the surrounding streetscape.
Situated within the established streetscape of St Kilda Road, the design for this project enables residents to make full advantage of its excellent location within Melbourne. This project was designed by Zaha Hadid Architects and local architects Elenberg Fraser.
The apartments, designed by architects Elenberg Fraser, contain many distinctive touches. Repetition of form recalls ‘sculptures in the field’ such as Anish Kapoor’s mirrored public objects. Floating circles can be found in brass handles in the kitchen to bathroom mirrors.
A while ago Elenberg Fraser introduced Igor Kebel, their new Design Director – the time has come to introduce his first project, which they are proud to announce represents a dramatic shift in the Elenberg Fraser design process into a completely parametric environment.
This might be the first time you have heard anybody say this but at Elenberg Fraser’s new mixed-use project at 134-160 Spencer Street there’s actually less than meets the eye. Well, kind of.
This extension, designed by Architecture Architecture, is partly inspired by the original 1950s suburban home and partly by the Case Study houses of the same decade.
MRTN Architects’ client, Scott Pickett is a celebrated chef and restaurateur who, along with his partner Bec, wanted to create a home for their young family with three children where life revolved around the kitchen, preparing and sharing meals.