Timber homes

  • At Home with Betsy Brown

    Interior designer Betsy Brown’s cosy North Carolina abode reveals her affinity with nature and the materials it evokes. 

  • Courtyard House by Ha Architecture

    Ha Architecture have taken a heritage-listed bungalow in Melbourne’s east and converted it into a minimalist Japanese-inspired oasis.

  • Killora House by Tanner Architects

    Lara Marseele, originally from Belgium, was instantly captivated with this treed site at Killora Bay on Bruny Island, in Tasmania.

  • Kolon Loft by Norm Architects

    Multidisciplinary Danish design firm Norm Architects revive a charming Copenhagen loft in collaboration with Danish cabinetmakers Kolon.

  • CLT House by FMD Architects

    A strong partnership between builder and architect and consideration for sustainable materials is exemplified within FMD Architects’ CLT House.

  • Northcote House by Melanie Beynon Architecture & Design

    Melanie Beynon Architecture + Design collaborate closely with a client – who also happens to be the home’s builder –  to design a thoughtful, timber-lined alteration and addition.

  • Bluff Reach by Butler Armsden

    We discover a 1970s beachside home revived by Butler Armsden in Sonoma County, Northern California, balancing on a cliff over the Pacific ocean.

  • Timber Homes by Innauer-Matt Architekten

    We celebrate the inherent allure of timber with two minimal abodes by Innauer-Matt Architekten in the remote and mountainous regions of Austria.