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Made by the Hill: Western Sydney’s new ‘social space’

"The palette, along with the curves of the space – banquette seating, curved booth seats and floor to ceiling glass walls – is my favourite element of the project." Amy Mcleod of TomMarkHenry and Lauren Cohen from Altis Architecture discuss their newly-opened 'social space', Made by the Hill, located in Western Sydney.

Good neighbours make for great developments

The owners of the four North Bondi dwellings in a then single-storey townhouse development grouped together intending to alter and extend the existing building.

A tropical oasis childcare centre in the heart of Brisbane’s CBD

Gray Puksand has designed a 207-place childcare centre for Goodstart Early Learning in Adelaide Street, Brisbane. In this unique CBD location, Gray Puksand’s team has achieved outstanding results within difficult parameters. Goodstart, as an experienced childcare provider, had a long list of requirements for their latest centre. When the opportunity arose to secure an entire […]

Brisbane business treasures new pirate-themed office

An office fitout designed with around the theme of 17th century pirate John Bridgeman features unique features including an invisible door that takes guests from reception to back of house with the push of a hidden button.

Charles Darwin Uni’s recycled trades hall wins award

When Charles Darwin University’s office of information technology management and support (ITMS) moved into an old trades building on the Casuarina campus in Darwin, the staff were presented with an opportunity to re-engineer not only their work location but also their corporate culture. The re-imagined space won the George Chaloupka Award for Interior Architecture, presented […]

Old factory warehouse becomes HQ for young design firm

The old bones of an inner-city warehouse in Perth have been both cherished and reformed into a modern workspace for, and by, a group of graduates of architecture, interior design, building, and project management. State of Kin has focused on the layering of spaces and materiality when creating its new office, while being mindful of […]

A home among the gum trees: Merilyn house

Charged with maximising views of the Moorooduc Plains on the Mornington Peninsula while minimising the impact of the surrounding suburban sprawl, Little Brick Studio has designed a home that sits among the tree tops. The Merilyn house takes cues from mid-century architecture and places the main living areas on the second floor, which creates privacy […]

MITS: transforming the education gap for Indigenous students

The Melbourne Indigenous Transition School (MITS) is a residential school, designed by McIldowie Partners as a home away from home within an ageing manor.

Mid-century in the clouds: Sky Living

How best to manage 360-degree views of Melbourne became a central question for architectural practice BOarch when employed to renovate a penthouse apartment spread over two floors of a mid-century tower complex in Toorak. Known as ‘The Tower in the Park’, the eight-storey building is centred on a large site, disconnected from surrounding streets and […]

Curvy House

When Ben Callery of Ben Callery Architects was contracted to renovate and extend a Melbourne home on a 6.5-metre-wide block, walled in on both sides, and with a less than ideal aspect, some creativity was called for. “In response to the site challenges, we popped up the roof and then curved it up towards the […]