Elenberg Fraser is one of the first to fly the flag for what is set to be the city fringe’s hottest new neighbourhood with the Lorimer Street residential towers in Melbourne.
Designed by Vibe Design Group, Moat’s Corner house is refined to a point of tranquil precision, forming an interactive haven, with which to experience the life and energy that surrounds it.
Designed by Cox Architecture the South Morang Rail Extension provides improved access to public transport services for Melbourne’s northern communities.
This successful budget project is a two-storey garage and studio design by Krisna Cheung Architects with its own entrance, separate from an existing terrace house in inner-city Melbourne.
This house design by Justin Mallia Architecture procures a sense of value through the expression of inexpensive materials according to their attributes and the amplification of the detail and craftsmanship inherent in the use of these materials which are usually ignored or concealed.
Following on from The Commons and Nightingale 1.0, by Breathe Architecture, Six Degrees is currently working on Nightingale 2.0.
Warc Studio Architects’ project, House in the Woods, seeks to blurr the relationship between an existing residence and the natural environment.
King Street, Elenberg Fraser’s new multi-residential project in Melbourne’s West end, responds to the presence of nearby Flagstaff Gardens, Melbourne’s oldest park
Australian Unity Melbourne workplace design by Bates Smart Architects, new flexible offices to accommodate over 1000 staff, connecting people, heritage and community.
Designed by Whiting Architects in collaboration with Fisher & Paykel Connect Six House skilfully preserves the history of the existing Edwardian home, originally built in 1915.
Designed by Rebecca Naughtin Architect the Elmhurst House project involved the restoration of a home in Kew, Melbourne, and the addition of a contemporary space to the rear, opening into a spacious deck and garden.
Designed by Elenberg Fraser the Premier Tower project is the culmination of significant research into how to best work with individual site and climatic constraints, using new parametric modelling techniques.
Designed by Breathe Architecture Bardolph Gardens is designed with a priority towards sustainability with each dwelling achieving a minimum of 8 stars.
Designed by Sally Draper Architects, for a local builder and his artist wife, the Westernport House occupies a prominent corner site rolling down to a bushland creek.