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Designed by Finnis Architects, Brace House is located in the significant heritage precinct area of Albert Park. The heritage protected front façade was retained whilst the whole of the rest of the site was excavated one metre to allow for the proposed design.
K2LD’s design for Yarrbat Ave House in Balwyn, Victoria, was heavily inspired by the site, with its large oak trees coupled with the open view out to the Dandenong Ranges, using abundant timber cladding and natural stone.
Designed by architects K2LD, the Collection XI homes are set in a quiet leafy residential street in one of Melbourne’s most desirable and established neighbourhoods.
Designed by CohenLeigh Architects, Dendy Park Sporting Pavilion was specifically designed for the exponential growth in junior women’s soccer, and recognizable by its brick super graphic & dynamic roofline.
Richmond Terrace was completely redesigned by Robert Nichol & sons – only the front and rear walls, and a huge waffle slab cement ceiling was retained.
Smoke and Mirrors is an intensive summer course at the Melbourne School of Design that explores the intersection of stage sets, miniatures, architecture and narrative driven design.
The Naomi Milgrom Foundation announce Pritzker Prize-winning Australian architect Glen Murcutt will design 2019 MPavilion building, following architects Carme Pinós and Rem Koolhaas in past years: MPavilion 2019 news.
Discreet architectural interventions into a modern home in Toorak, Melbourne, designed by Andrew Child Architecture: a house with moody, intimate spaces with extravagant moments.
When designing Tree House, Andrew Child Architecture’s brief from the client – a retired medical professional couple – was to create an investment property that could one day transition into a high quality home for themselves.
Architect Mark Lam’s brief for Arrow House was design a comfortable, and functional contemporary extension without compromising the character of existing Victorian weatherboard House.
Everyone covets corner apartments, more light and better views? Not so with the Elenberg Fraser designed Abode318, new Melbourne CBD residential apartment tower, where everyone gets a view.
Having undergone a sleek makeover, designed by Studio 103, the revitalized factory is now a buzzing workplace, capturing the attention of the local area & design industry.
This extension to an existing Victorian home in Port Melbourne was primarily driven by the client’s desire for light filled living & working spaces connected to the outdoors, whilst also accommodating an elderly family member to comfortably age in place.