“Engaging With The Essential Elements” – North Melbourne Terrace by Eldridge Anderson
Within a series of tight urban constraints, North Melbourne Terrace by Eldridge Anderson is a double volume alteration and addition to the rear of an existing Victorian terrace home.
Environmentally, Economically and Socially Responsive Housing - Nightingale 2.0 by HIP V. HYPE and Six Degrees Architects
Liam Wallis, founder of HIP V. HYPE, speaks about the approach to Nightingale 2 in Fairfield, the new address for considered, environmentally, economically and socially responsive housing.
Happiness comes from within but as Neometro founding director Jeff Provan knows all too well, our happiness is also highly influenced by the places in which we live and work.
The Tongue n Groove Series
Contemporary Tranquility - Portland Street Residence by Nina Maya Interiors
For Portland St Residence Nina Maya Interiors drew inspiration from the impressive panoramic views of Sydney Harbour to create a soft and tranquil home.
A structural masterpiece, the intricately designed Woollahra Courtyard House by Co-AP Architects has been shortlisted for several design awards.
Set on Sydney's lower north shore, Headland House sees Clayton Orszaczky create a reverential response to the coastal context.
The Artedomus Series
Melbourne's Home of Music - The Ian Potter Southbank Centre by John Wardle Architects
Despite its grand scale, the Ian Potter Southbank Centre, home of the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, is a building of remarkable generosity, whose design is grounded in encouraging the artistic.
We speak with co-founding director, Alicia McKimm of Golden about The Esplanade, its intimate connection to its coastal locale and an expression of rich tonality through materiality.
A Mim Design project, with architecture by Ben Robertson, St Ninians embraces black, with a thoughtful monochromatic palette that resonates with the clients’ vibrant contemporary art collection.
At the foundation of the project is a belief in the importance of engaging inhabitants in the world around them, as a counter to the significant amount of time spent in artificial environments.
The Garden Room House sees a living and breathing core inserted to create both visual and ventilated connections to the existing Victorian home and its new extension.
Set atop a bluff on the Flinders coastline, the Bluff House embraces a sense of separation as a means of amplifying the context, finding balance through the tension between detachment and connection.
A Poignant Nostalgia Meets Coastal Contemporary Elegance - The New Wave and Golden by Sarah Ellison
Designer Sarah Ellison's professional experience has proved a strong foundation for her career shift into product design, resulting in two furniture collections thus far – The New Wave and Golden.
A Contemporary Response to An Interwar Architectural Context - The Ascot Veil House by Wolveridge Architects
With asymmetric gables and a robust timber facade, the Ascot Veil House presents as a strikingly contemporary structure.
Wilbur’s House sees a former medical centre in Melbourne’s east transformed by Allison Pye Interiors into a design-focused family home.
At the end of a quiet cul-de-sac in an estate on the Bellarine Peninsula, the Torquay House is oriented toward the views across the golf course, with the design framed by expanses of earth & sky.
Driven by a belief that multi-residential architecture must both respond and contribute to the city’s local urban landscape, an innate appreciation for cultural context is at the heart of Milieu.
Mancini Made is a Melbourne-based design and construction firm lead by two brothers with the passion & drive to elevate the firm’s impressive reputation to the title of Melbourne's best builder.
No. 6 Sydney Street is a boutique project of only 16 apartments overlooking Orrong Romanis Reserve in the Melbourne City of Stonnington, by Wood Marsh Architecture.
Restrained, even minimalist in its simplicity, Manuel Aires Mateus describes his work as “unfinished art”, paring back all extraneous elements to create a quiet luxury.
We speak with founding co-director Poppy Taylor of Taylor and Hinds about her practice’s approach to the creation of krakani lumi, its cultural sensitives and integration into its unique landscape.
Robert Plumb Build is a premium residential building company based in Sydney. We sit down with Managing Director Bill Clifton as he explains what separates his company from the competition.
The Artedomus Expert Series draws upon the wealth of knowledge within the company, delving into the most frequently asked questions on their products and materials.