Sol House

Sol House in Phoenix

Architect: The Ranch Mine – “Sol” sits at the heart of development in Phoenix, just 300 yards from a light rail station in a briskly urbanizing core, yet surrounded by an early 1900s historic neighborhood.

Palm House in Kwazulu Natal

Palm House in Kwazulu Natal

Metropole Architects’ clients were very clear about the expectations of achieving a home that presented itself as dynamic and exciting externally, yet addressed all the specific internal requirements in terms of space planning and room allocation.

The Forever House in Serangoon

The Forever House in Serangoon

For Wallflower Architecture + Design’s client, their dream house would also be their definitive family home. It had to have an urban presence, while having an open yet secure exterior space with sufficient privacy from the street.

Rivercity House in East Brisbane

Rivercity House in East Brisbane

Biscoe Wilson Architect’s design for this house combines a theatrical progression, with an environmentally sustainable and functional solution. This modernistic house engages with the river bank, the views of the Brisbane city and beyond.

Joya Villas

Joya Villas in Santa Teresa

Set in the rainforest of Santa Teresa, Costa Rica, two modern homes, designed by Studio Saxe, project out of the landscape and are defined by a series of steel frames that that bring the best modern methods of construction to a tropical location.

Quarry House in Brighton

Quarry House in Brighton

Designed by Finnis Architects the Quarry house balances strong exterior form with seamlessly integrated interiors that promote shared spaces in the heart of the home and a connection with its context.

Beachyhead

Beachyhead by Plettenberg Bay

The house was conceived and designed by SAOTA as a simple box, floating over the dune, capturing and framing the view. The outer shell of the box is finished in a rough textured concrete, contrasting with the smooth reveal and soffit that tapers to create a delicate frame.