Our editor, Anthony, picks one project from Instagram each week to feature here. These are his picks.To see the other projects we share, be sure to follow us on Instagram.
The datum line created by the block wall and the timber ceiling is used to accentuate this growth in height, a skylight above lets in a wash of natural light.
The Kensington Cathedral concept endeavours to relate to the language of the existing weatherboard house, however is unashamedly progressive as it revolves to the south elevation.
Consists of two single storey dwellings that provide environmentally sustainable, affordable, and well designed rental housing.
A home that embraces the minimalist aesthetic. Externally, the charred timber cladding provides texture, longevity and sustainability.
Explores contemporary living in a strong heritage area, with the new extension creating a strong contrast from the existing.
One MANI House is an adaptable, highly aesthetic and space-saving family home of the future. And it’s pretty darn special for a whole lot of reasons.
A 24sqm apartment with its own mantra, "a place for everything and everything in its place."
A renovation and extension to an 1860’s built sandstone cottage, with a concrete pavilion that was conceived as a shadow of the existing cottage.
An alterations and additions to an interwar period home where the brief called for contemporary spaces derived from the existing home.
An apartment building among the gum trees, with a distinctive green and bronze tone.
This home takes on the challenge of typical terrace projects - long narrow sites with double-height party walls on both sides, with access to natural light being the biggest obstacle.
A private sanctuary on the edge of Lake St Clair in Tasmania.
A small addition that orientates the views to the expansive hillsides, a connection which the existing home lacks.
Jacaranda House by SP Studio Architecture is a flexible family home, being able to accommodate the changing needs over the next 20 years.
Bustle House by FMD Architects explores how we as a society are constantly changing how we live, and that relationship with how we are preserving architecture from the past.
Hawthorn House by Edition Office is defined by a pair of concrete shells, that link together by a walkway and courtyard garden.
Silhouette Hytte House by FIGR Architecture takes the existing house silhouette and extrudes it to create a 3-bedroom family home.
Nth Fitzroy by Fieldwork Architects is a 26-apartment vertical community wrapped in a white perforated mesh with operable shutters.
Armadale House by Tom Robertson Architects creates a calm and restrained contemporary extension to the rear of this family cottage.
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