penthouse

  • London Penthouse by Banda

    London design studio Banda creates cultivated elegance in a London penthouse through considered sourcing and sustainable practices.

  • 10AM Penthouse and 10AM Venue by Studio Andrew Trotter

    Discover 10AM Penthouse and 10AM Venue by Studio Andrew Trotter, a pinnacle of tranquillity in Athens, Greece.

  • Penthouse III by Lawless & Meyerson

    An existing double-storey apartment in Sydney’s eastern suburbs is given a dark and moody design treatment by Lawless & Meyerson and MHNDU.

  • Designing Harbourside with Lawless & Meyerson

    Lawless & Meyerson join forces with MHNDU to design a beachfront apartment overlooking the Harbour Bridge.

  • Where Architects Live | Adam Haddow

    Crowning the top storey of a machinery warehouse, SJB director Adam Haddow’s Sydney rooftop home is engulfed by greenery.

  • Darling Point Penthouse by Madeleine Blanchfield

    Madeleine Blanchfield Architects revise a top-floor apartment in Sydney through a meticulously minimalist approach.

  • Lake View Penthouse by Golden

    Melbourne designers Golden merge three existing apartments overlooking Albert Park Lake into a modern and spacious penthouse for a family.

  • Crane in the Sky by YSG Studio

    YSG Studio inject colour and pattern into their unconventional transformation of a single-level penthouse on the finger wharves of Walsh Bay, Sydney. 

  • Queensland Penthouse by CJH Studio

    CJH Studio achieve penthouse perfection with this serene apartment redesign on the Queensland coast.

  • Exploring CJH Studio’s Inspired Kitchen Style

    We’re uncovering fundamental design details in the kitchen from our issue #35 cover star penthouse project, with CJH Studio director Cassie-James Herrick.

  • Penthouse One by Lawless & Meyerson

    We’re taking an in-depth look at how the streamlined interiors inside Lawless & Meyerson’s Sydney penthouse have left its seventies ties behind.

  • Barcelona Penthouse by Susanna Cots

    This modern family home by Susanna Cots is a light, bright and an industrially-inspired reprieve from the busy city below.