Heritage home

  • Central Park Road Residence II by studiofour

    studiofour’s Central Park Road Residence II emerges as the considered renovation and extension of the home’s previous self.

  • Rose Street by Eastop Architects

    Neatly assembled in its modest Fitzroy milieu, Eastop Architects’ Rose Street is an exploration of scale and light.

  • Hampden Road House by Archier

    Hampden Road House by Archier harbours a distilled drama that seamlessly navigates heritage and contemporary aesthetics, bestowing a new narrative.

  • Armadale Residence by Pleysier Perkins and Sanders & King

    Melbourne architecture firm Pleysier Perkins and interior design studio Sanders & King welcome us inside their monumental revival of an Armadale mansion.

  • 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.

  • Carrical House by RMA

    Rob Mills Architecture & Interiors reimagine a historic Melbourne home for modern family living.

  • 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.

  • Creating the Foundations of Family Living with Clare Cousins

    We walk through a modern brick addition and alteration of a double-fronted Victorian by Clare Cousins, in partnership with Brickworks.

  • Casa Atrio by Biasol

    We find European style close to home in Casa Atrio by Biasol, who’ve paid tribute to a Melbourne home’s Italianate heritage with classic French design.

  • A Tribute to the Red Brick by JCBA

    Jackson Clements Burrows Architects celebrate the enduring foundations of a heritage home through a bold two-storey addition made with the same trusted materials.

  • Moor Street Home by Whiting Architects

    We admire Whiting Architects’ dynamic extension onto a tiny Fitzroy terrace, working within a low budget and a confined heritage space.