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Number 14 asserts itself amongst the traditional housing typology of a leafy Adelaidean streetscape. Keeping within its context by subtly nodding its head to the bungalow that previously occupied the site. The monochromatic combination of texture and form simultaneously guards the street whilst beckoning one to explore what’s inside.
Project name
Number 14
Architecture firm
Black Rabbit Architecture + Interiors
Location
Heathpool, South Australia, Australia
Photography
Christopher Morrison
Located on a steep terrain in heavy bushland, the design evolved around the concept of repurposing used shipping containers into a small yet bespoke family home. The expression of raw materials juxtaposed within the native and extraordinary landscape became the cornerstone of the design. Constraints included bushfire controls, protection of native...
Project name
Container House
Architecture firm
Rama Architects
Location
Church Point, Sydney, Australia
Photography
Toby Peet
Recently we were given the opportunity to design a home with ageing in place at the forefront thanks to two design-loving and passionate clients who were ready to sell up their family home and move closer to Mt Eliza village.
Project name
Mt Eliza House
Architecture firm
BENT Architecture
Location
Mount Eliza, Victoria, Australia
Photography
Tatjana Plitt
The brief was to create new Living spaces, relocate the kitchen and bathroom and improve access to natural light. The functional requirements of the client were simple. The only particular requirement was to find a place in the design for 3 tapestries that her mother had made.
Project name
Cross-Stitch House
Architecture firm
FMD Architects
Location
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Photography
Peter Bennetts
The Lubetkin Prize winning Southern Cross Station reorganisation and expansion was the first project undertaken by Grimshaw in Australia. It is now a landmark of Melbourne’s Central Business District.
Project name
Southern Cross Station
Architecture firm
Grimshaw
Location
Melbourne, Australia
Photography
Shannon McGrath
Nestled in the rural surrounds of Bruny Island, Tasmania, Coopworth is a contemporary interpretation of a country farmhouse. The site’s inhabitants of Coopworth sheep, the wide-ranging views to the water and mountain ranges beyond, as well as the weathering red lead shacks dotted over the island provide an ever-changing landscape with which the hou...
Project name
Coopworth
Architecture firm
FMD Architects
Location
South Bruny, Tasmania, Australia
Photography
Dianna Snape
Located on a long and sloping site along the Mornington Peninsula, the McCrae Bush house is a dwelling that was inspired by its unique surrounding context of native bushland and the close proximity of Port Phillip Bay.
Project name
McCrae Bush House
Architecture firm
Chan Architecture
Location
McCrae, Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Australia
Photography
Tatjana Plitt
Located on a sloping site set amongst the gum trees in Red Hill, the design is a direct response to its surroundings. Working with the natural topography, the house is divided into a series of stepped floor plates around a central courtyard. The tiered floors zone the interior spaces which offer unique views of the surrounding native bushland.
Project name
Red Hill House
Architecture firm
InForm
Location
Red Hill, Melbourne, Australia
Photography
James Geer