b.e architecture

  • Kitchen Covet | Stainless Steel in the Kitchen

    From Sydney to Seattle, we’re exploring the application of stainless steel in the kitchen through eight standout examples.

  • Design Covet | Indoor Pools

    In this design covet, we take a deep dive into six of the most inspiring residential indoor pools from across the globe.

  • Kitchen Covet | Curves in the Kitchen

    We explore curves in the kitchen through seven different projects from around the globe that play with fluid shapes and soft edges.

  • Kitchen Closeup | Kooyongkoot Road by B.E Architecture

    Step inside B.E Architecture’s Kooyongkoot Road project as we take a deep dive into the design fundamentals behind this sleek kitchen.

  • The Edit | Sculptural Staircases

    Enjoy a swift descent down eight sculptural staircases; the focal point of a multi-level home.

  • Orrong Road by B.E. Architecture

    B.E. Architecture downsize from an existing established family home into its smaller and more compact contemporary iteration.

  • Best of est | Brutalist Style

    We revisit our favourite Brutalist style spaces, each offering a modern interpretation of an industrial-inspired, sculptural, simple and functional aesthetic.

  • St Vincent’s Place by B.E. Architecture

    B.E Architecture’s St Vincent’s Place sees the coming together of architect, artist and artisan in a beautiful expression of materiality and time.

  • The Est Edit: Staircases

    Take inspiration from staircases of all shapes and sizes, each demonstrating architectural genius in form, function and materiality.

  • Armadale Residence by B.E Architecture

    Drawing on over 250 tonnes of granite, b.e architecture create a modern Melbourne home that will only get better with age.

  • Get the Look: Raw Aesthetic

    An aesthetic that is both irregular and rough, handworked and weathered; this style claims our senses beyond the visual.

  • Best of est | Pool Pavilions

    We revisit five favourite coastal homes to explore the ways each demonstrate a unique design and inspired approach to the humble holiday home.

  • Hopetoun Avenue Residence by B.E. Architecture

    This Hopetoun Avenue residence in Sydney incorporates a tree into its minimalist architecture, merging design with nature.

  • Revisiting A Classic with B.E Architecture

    Built over ten years ago, the Meakins Rd Residence by b.e architecture has aged gracefully amongst its sprawling natural landscape. We take a look.

  • Interview: b.e architecture

    Talking with one of Melbourne’s most interesting firms on design process, inspiration and client collaboration.