Rosso Verde by Carter Williamson Architects shines a light on true warmth

An alteration to an existing warehouse conversion on Gadigal Country in Camperdown, Rosso Verde by Carter Williamson Architects is quality over quantity personified.  This former warehouse conversion was carved away to introduce a private courtyard and create a home resplendent in luxurious materials, sculptural arched forms, and warm tones. In an area where space is at a […]

That Old Chestnut by FIGR Architecture makes richness and vibrance go hand in hand with city vibes

FIGR Architecture Studio’s motto is about acknowledging that the most important part of creativity is the work before the work that magnifies the true particulars of a project. This is even more accurate with its recent project The Old Chestnut. As cities incrementally and inevitably densify, everyone looks to occupy the tiny nooks and crannies […]

Umarkoo Wayi – Ganbu Guljin by Breathe, a much needed collaboration with Aboriginal Housing Victoria

For Umarkoo Wayi – Ganbu Guljin, Breathe collaborated and consulted with First Nations artist Tahnee Edwards and Aboriginal Housing Victoria. Umarkoo Wayi – Ganbu Guljin is Aboriginal Housing Victoria’s very first multi-residential venture. Breathe approached the project with rigour to deliver a high quality building, embedded with sustainable design principles and cultural sensitivity. Aboriginal Housing […]

Carr announces a new associate director Richard Beel

Carr announces Richard Beel’s elevation to associate director, a move that further strengthens Carr’s executive leadership team.  Richard Beel’s 19 years of architectural experience has forged his cross-disciplinary approach, which embeds quality into all the projects he works on. His promotion reflects his significant contribution to Carr’s multi-residential portfolio.  After completing Victoria and Burke in […]

Cambridge Street by Heartly allies purity of shapes with monochrome aesthetics

Heartly, with Cambridge Street in Armadale, proves once again that less is more, especially when it comes to architecture. One of the biggest challenges for all architects is to build a space that will age gracefully. Heartly, with Cambridge Street, truly embraced the challenge of timelessness. “We were guided by the client who wanted to […]

Bowen by Shaun Lockyer Architects brings Brazilian flair to Queensland

Bowen by Shaun Lockyer Architects results from the considerate blending of a beautifully unique Queenslander with the values of the new custodians, expressed in a contemporary architectural form to better address the needs of modern lifestyle. Located in New Farm, Queensland, Bowen is in essence an original pre‐war cottage which has been retained by Shaun Lockyer Architects in its […]

Indigenous architecture scholarship by Buchan supports reconciliation

A new architecture scholarship will support an Indigenous student through their degree and prepare them for a career in design thanks to a partnership between global architecture practice Buchan and the University of Queensland. Buchan joins an Australia-wide network of more than 2200 corporate, government, and not-for-profit organisations that have made a formal commitment to reconciliation […]

Luchetti Krelle takes Tokyo with The Upper

With its two magnetic levels, The Upper by Luchetti Krelle overlooks the Tokyo skyline, perched amongst the capital’s most prestigious business district. The Upper comprises two expansive levels, nine and ten, within the newly completed Marunouchi Terrace Tower.  “Firstly, to be asked to complete a project in Japan is special as I revere the Japanese […]

Gascoigne by Lucy Clemenger liaises heritage with modern aesthetics

Gascoigne by Lucy Clemenger, a renovation and extension of a 1890s Federation house in Melbourne, is a prowess of intrinsically liaising timelessness beauty to historical flair. At the beginning, there was Gascoigne. The house was intact and had retained its heritage charm, however the rear of the house had been altered several times, and a […]

Clifton Hill Courtyard house by Studio Mkn – a cottage within a city

Melbourne practice Studio Mkn is all about simple and timeless residential renovations, as featured in one of its most recent projects, the Clifton Hill Courtyard house. To remodel this late 19th century home to accommodate a modern lifestyle, which encompasses a master suite with ensuite and walk in robe, plus two additional bedrooms, a central bathroom and laundry, it takes […]

Architects with PRIDE celebrates 2023 WorldPride and Mardi Gras Festival

Architects with PRIDE brings together the LGBTQI+ communities of Australia’s built environment industry to celebrate the 2023 WorldPride and Mardi Gras Festival.  An initiative launched by SJB, bringing together 12 other studios and the Australian Institute of Architects, Architects with PRIDE have curated a program of four events over WorldPride that everyone can get involved […]