• Potts Point by Flack Studio

    A Potts Point Project by Flack Studio, located in Sydney, presents a series of reveals throughout the 1930’s home.

  • Apartment O by Joanna Lavén

    A specialist in elegant design and renovation, Swedish interior designer Joanna Lavén presents a refined apartment redesign for a family in Stockholm.

  • Orrong Road by B.E. Architecture

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

  • Mosman House by Mathieson Architects

    Overlooking Sydney Harbour’s North Head, the minimalist Mosman House by Mathieson Architects exudes a refined luminance.

  • Twin Gables House by Ryan Leidner Architecture

    Ryan Leidner Architecture deliver a minimalist’s delight by stripping a 1960s Eichler home back to its foundations.

  • Towers Road House by Wood Marsh

    Wood Marsh combine a celebration of craft and a curiosity of form to conjure meaningful connections between architecture and art.

  • Darlinghurst Apartment by Hecker Guthrie

    Set in its subtle surrounds, Darlinghurst Apartment is a study of a considered and curated life.

  • Herne Bay Hideaway by Lloyd Hartley Architects

    Perched almost seamlessly in the Pohutukawa trees, the Herne Bay Hideaway from Lloyd Hartley Architects pulls the exterior water views in, capturing the soft glimmering light of Cox’s Bay, Auckland.

  • Foxs Den by Georgina Jeffries

    Inspired by the owner’s love of entertaining, Foxs Den is a celebration of the importance of the home as a gravitating pull that brings us together.

  • Longwood Apartment by Studio Prineas

    With enviable views of Sydney Harbour, Longwood Apartment sees Studio Prineas inject a bold and richly-layered contemporary aesthetic.

  • Thornton Residence by Doherty Design

    Idyllically located in country Victoria, Thornton Residence sees Doherty Design collaborate with Detail 9 Architects to create an envious weekender escape.

  • Paramount House Hotel by Breathe Architecture

    Shining from its copper-clad crowning roof, Breathe Architecture’s Paramount House Hotel brings the historical past of the warehouse base it emerges from.

  • Armadale Residence II by Studio Tate

    Informed by its rich heritage past, Armadale Residence II sees Studio Tate enliven the existing, together with a refined contemporary aesthetic.

  • Shou-sugi-ban Home by Hecker Guthrie

    Hecker Guthrie’s Shou-sugi ban House offers a richness in materiality, restraint in application creating a contemporary air of sophistication.

  • Glen Osmond Residence by Williams Burton Leopardi

    Optimising it’s large and leafy Adelaide surroundings, Williams Burton Leopardi’s Glen Osmond Residence offers a timeless and multi-generational re-design.

  • Toorak Home by Hecker Guthrie

    With a nod to its adorned past, Toorak Residence by Hecker Guthrie pays respect to the home’s original Art Deco features through a refined lens.

  • Arno Residence by Adele Bates

    Inspired by the personality and legacy of its owners, Adele Bates has injected a sense of the contemporary into the newly renovated heritage home, Arno Residence.

  • Park Slope Townhouse by Billy Cotton

    Designer Billy Cotton has applied a meticulous eye for detail to Park Slope Townhouse, creating reprieve from the chaos of daily life in the Big Apple.