• South Yarra House by Pop Architecture & Beatrix Rowe

    Architects Pop Architecture and interior design studio Beatrix Rowe introduce a unique, materially-rich extension to an Edwardian-era home.

  • Fallow House by Pop Architecture

    Melbourne-based design studio Pop Architecture express their passion for exploring materials and bespoke detailing in the Fallow House.

  • Norfolk House by SE DÉA

    Sydney-based architecture and interior design collective SE DÉA transform a confined terrace into the meticulously-detailed Norfolk House.

  • Lewis House by Studio Roam and Iota

    We head west to Cottesloe Beach where Studio Roam and Iota have reinvigorated a 1940s Spanish Mission style home.

  • Maui Residence by Walker Warner Architects and Leverone Design

    On the island of Maui, Hawaii, a couple embarks on a new chapter with the help of Californian-based firm Walker Warner Architects.

  • Edge House by Hare + Klein

    Hare + Klein’s Edge House comprises a contemporary revision of a 1930s home on the east coast of Sydney.

  • Woollahra House by AP Design House

    In Sydney’s inner east, this transformed commercial space by AP Design House channels a renewed appreciation for its Art Deco origins. 

  • Brighton House by FIGR

    A ‘seasoned building site’, this period home in bayside Melbourne receives its second makeover from local architectural studio FIGR.

  • Carlton North Residence by Hecker Guthrie

    Step inside Hecker Guthrie’s reimagining of an original Victorian home in Melbourne’s inner-city suburb of North Carlton.

  • Where Architects Live | Eva-Marie Prineas

    Step inside the Sydney terrace of award-winning architect Eva-Marie Prineas and discover her passion for a home’s storied past.

  • OD House by Jorge Bibiloni Studio

    OD House embraces traditional building practices without compromising its gentle assimilation into contemporary dialogues.

  • Mystery Bay House by Jack Hawkins

    Idyllically located at Sapphire Coast on the New South Wales coastline is this beautifully recessive house designed by Jack Hawkins.

  • Bellevue Hill by Pohio Adams Architects

    Built in the 1930s, this two-storey house in Sydney’s Bellevue Hill, has been reworked into a fine fusion of period and contemporary.

  • Walkerville Residence by Williams Burton Leopardi

    Walkerville Residence represents a fusion between a storied Victorian past and a modern-day interpretation.

  • Walnut House by Adam Kane Architects

    Adam Kane Architects’ Walnut House is an anecdote of its surroundings – the idyllic countryside of Daylesford, Victoria.

  • Les Voisines by APPAREIL Architecture

    APPAREIL Architecture conceive a dual living and rental space in Austin, Canada that balances both tradition and modernity.

  • Wahroonga House by Tom Mark Henry

    First built in 1959, Wahroonga House by Tom Mark Henry is a quintessential Australian mid-century modern home with a contemporary renovation.

  • Lindfield by Polly Harbison Design and Arent&Pyke

    Polly Harbison and Arent&Pyke transformed a Sydney Federation-style brick home into a contemporary garden retreat.