Nightingale 3 calling for support
In a call-to-arms, the grass roots oriented development group is asking for letters of support for its third project to be sent to the government.
Nightingale 3.0 site secured and designs released
Austin Maynard Architects has released designs for Nightingale 3.0, amid the securing of a site for the project at 209 Sydney Road, Brunswick.
Austin Maynard’s box of tricks
With the ever-increasing clutter of a newborn baby to consider, the owner of the Mills house in Melbourne approached Austin Maynard Architects seeking a considered and unique solution to storage in the home.
Towering above the rest
Fresh from its win at the 2015 Houses Awards last week within the House Alteration and Addition over 200 m2 category, we look at Tower House by Andrew Maynard Architects, described by the practice as a ‘village’.
Designed by Andrew Maynard Architects, Nebula is a mobile gallery and workspace allowing artists with disabilities to bring their work into the wider community. Simon Sellars talks to the architect about this portable project.
Architecture: Hill House
Designed by Andrew Maynard Architects, this residential addition in Melbourne’s Northcote features a bold cantilevered steel volume poised above a playful artificial landscape.
Butler House by Andrew Maynard House
The roof terrace of a residential dwelling by Andrew Maynard Architects challenges the distinction between inside and outside.
More frequently holiday homes are becoming little more than transplanted suburban ugliness; the great Australian tradition of the shack is in danger of being superseded by bloated mansions with four bathrooms and all the trappings of modern life. With this project we wanted to celebrate the shack and have kept close to the original buildings […]
Tattoo House is little more than a deck. The decking travels to the original back wall of the home, then turns and folds where existing structures are encountered. Hence, a covered open backyard is effectively created. The folding doors and post-less corner make the form of the structure appear precarious. The structure playfully feels as […]
The Australian suburb was born out of our dependance on the car. With Peak Oil rapidly approaching the epoch of the automobile with soon come to an end and with it so will the Australian outer suburb. Where will suburbanites live when there is no other means of circulation to their homes? What will we […]