Dulwich Hill Duo is a new semi-detached dual occupancy house located in Sydney, Australia. With housing affordability becoming an increasingly prevalent issue, the project offered an opportunity to not only provide a cost-effective outcome for Blake Letnic Architects’ clients but contribute to improving housing density and diversity within the suburban fringes
Hughesdale Extension in Victoria, Australia, by Block Architecture Studio. The extension to this 1920’s era red clinker brick original dwelling removed the previous lean to addition, while lightly touching the existing fabric of the building.
Jay Esplanade House in Victoria, Australia, designed by Eckersley Architects, introduces a unique twist to traditional floor levels, with a thoughtful reversal that enhances the living experience to open up the spaces to the exterior.
TLC Healthcare in Mordialloc, Victoria, Australia is an Australian-first multigenerational healthcare precinct designed by VIA Architects that integrates residential aged care, early learning, hospitality and wellness facilities.
Antarctica Architects designed the Tunnel House extension. An addition of modest budget that adds 60sqm to a small 1970s suburban brick bungalow. For a young family, the majority of the new area is an upper-floor addition, with refitting works to the existing building in Brighton, Victoria, Australia
Elanora Residence stands as a testament to bold design and refined aesthetics, catering to Reitsma & Associates’s discerning taste of design-savvy clients. This sophisticated minimalistic home, located in Mooloolaba Qld, Australia, showcases a unique design approach
Designed by Glasshouse Projects, Hunter Residence, Adelaide, South Australia, is a refined extension and renovation to a 1905 Queen Anne Villa. Located on a corner block in historic conservation zone, extensive restoration and repair work was undertaken on the external façade