Rising above the streets of Byron Bay, Gull House by Harley Graham Architects is more than just a chip off the old block.
Across Australia, architects are finding that a response to place and the environment forms the foundation of ideas that will remain rock solid. Peter Salhani discovers for Mezzanine.
Written by Sandra Tan. Image above, Dogtrot House by Dunn and Hillam Architects. Photo by Dunn and Hillam Architects. When we hit the road in search of a change of pace and wide-open space, a minimal approach to design can make the destination a little bit more manageable. It is little wonder that the road […]
In the North Queensland town of Bowen, graduate architect Chloe Naughton has brought together a world of ideas and solutions in Inverdon House for a couple of soon to be retiree’s.
Photo courtesy FINK Design. The FINK water jug is an achievement perhaps only made by mid-century Danes and very much the last thing you would expect to come out of the near-capital city of Queanbeyan but, hey, in 1993 Robert Foster made it happen! This piece of Australian design exploded into our memories. Its vibrant […]
Marcus Piper explores the way technology is redefining the concept of a well-connected home for MEZZANINE – taking us beyond the cobwebs and cables.
The offices of designers and architects are home to the ideas that help us work in new ways. Mezzanine discovers the secret to creativity when it comes to their own studios.
As the lines between private and public domains increasingly blur, architecture is expanding notions of community with houses designed to be multifunctional and/or multigenerational, or play a wider role. Peter Salhani explores this blurring for MEZZANINE.