In Good Time

Issue 75

A Tasmanian couple has designed and built a relocatable, off-grid home to tide them over while waiting to buy the right piece of land.


Issue 75

Arnhem Land’s Maningrida Wild Foods is a social enterprise initiative that works with Traditional Owners to share the bounty of their land and sea.

In Frame

Issue 74

The Illawarra Escarpment inspired the forms and materials of Blade House by Takt Studio, which sensitively increases density and diversity in the coastal town of Coledale.

Far Away

Issue 75

A sauna likely isn’t the first thing that one would picture afloat a lake in a small north-east Tasmanian town, but these two shed-like pavilions certainly look like they belong.

Safe and Sound

Issue 74

A home on Sydney’s Northern Beaches is designed for maximum safety, longevity and bushfire resilience.

On the Edge

Issue 74

A home on the cusp of a ravine on the Sunshine Coast hinterland is testament to the deep understanding between architect and clients.

Between Water and Sky

Issue 74

A robust home refined in form and character is shaped by the Tasmanian landscape in more ways than one.

Second Life

Issue 74

Architect Ben Daly has transformed a New Zealand shearing shed on the family farm into a cosy home by repurposing and recycling pieces of the building’s history.

Science and Emotion

Issue 74

Architect Alex Symes’ abstracted inverted hat form delivers a technically efficient off-grid house that also provides year-round comfort, 360-degree views and a celebration of rainfall in a region that yearns for it.

Into the Lake

Issue 72

Hydrowood's is a story of experimentation and innovation, set against a backdrop of misty forests on Tasmania’s wild and remote West Coast.