Cocobrew Express is designed by Design+Architecture on the outskirts of Yeppoon, Queensland, Australia. The building seeks to subvert the traditional Drive Thru typology whilst enhancing amenity for motorists and pedestrians alike
TPG Architects’ Island Point Residence , in Queensland, Australia, is sighted on many levels, using each space to present an opportunity for a view without compromising privacy. Two main ‘tree house’ like volumes and an outdoor with a multitude of spaces and uses are the main themes for the composition of the residence
Designed by TPG Architects, Cairns Hockey Park, North Queensland, Australia, is linking the Reef and Rainforest hockey pitches. This facility is envisioned as a multipurpose hub for spectator seating, outdoor gathering, clubhouse bar and kiosk
Designed by Architects Ink the MH House, Saint Peters, South Australia, consists of a pavilion-style addition and the refurbishment of a dilapidated Victorian bluestone villa. The clients wished for a simple open-plan design, yet intimate in scale, for a new family living space with plenty of natural light and a strong connection to the outdoors
Designed by Edition Office, Fenwick St Residence in Victoria, Australia, is perched on the edge of an escarpment with immediate views along the river as potent as the expansive horizon which unfolds to the north.
Located in a tightly held inner-city neighbourhood in Victoria, Australia, the Davidov Architects designed, Caulfield North Residences are a collection of 4 generously-appointed apartments set amongst lush gardens. Each home has been conceived with consideration to aspect, amenity and materiality
Yoga Mandir, designed by Craig Tan Architects in ACT, Australia, is an exercise in design restraint to heighten an immersive experience. Plywood, cork, canvas, and water based clear sealers, combined with reclaimed timbers and furniture provide an environmentally sustainable palate.
‘Highfield’, a Federation Arts and Crafts dwelling in Sutton Forest, New South Wales, Australia, was sensitively restored throughout by Howard Tanner, Sidney Rofe, and Mary Dewar, respecting the history of the beautiful dwelling while improving the interconnection of spaces
Resilience and endurance were at the forefront of the minds of the family at Wings Way in Skene’s Creek, Victoria, Australia. Having lost their original, much loved, family home to fire they needed the replacement design to provide a sense of safety and permanence.