Shortlisted for the World Architecture Festival 2015, Architects Corner’s Ramp House introduces sculptural form to a 45-acre property in rural Victoria.
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Staying curious at Devon on Danks
From the ashes of the once-institutional Danks Street Depot rises Devon on Danks, designed by Matt Woods Design.
SIBLIING’s fit-out for visualisation and animation studio Squint Opera’s new Australian headquarters draws from the language of digital modelling to create a highly conceptual, immersive workspace.
Industrial living at Little B
With a sculptural steel frontage, Timmins+Whyte’s Little B residence injects personality to an industrial North Melbourne streetscape.
Working Farm House
Updated in collaboration with Sally Draper Architects, Nexus Design takes us through their respectful, light-filled adaptation of a 1970s rural Victorian house.
Neon heritage: TRA workspace by Jose Guttierez
Jose Guttierez Architecture takes us through their sleek office interior for TRA in Auckland’s CBD, where the bones of the warehouse structure provide a striking contrast against futuristic details.
The SILT apartments, located under the Story Bridge on the edge of the Brisbane River, garnered the award for Residential Architecture – Multiple Housing at last week’s Queensland Architecture Awards.
Loreto College Cruci building
ThomsonAdsett’s new dual purpose facility for a girls’ school in Brisbane has set a leading example for future-proofed, flexible education design.
Mary Place, All Hallows’ School
Wilson Architects’ vision for Brisbane’s All Hallows’ School successfully creates a relationship between layered heritage context and a contemporary façade.
Beulah International Office
With the intent to create a professional and inspiring workplace, Adelene Teh transformed a bare 1960’s Collins Street office into an aesthetically beautiful, New York loft inspired space.