Regional

Odd One Out

Issue 66

A New Zealand architect and his clients were content to play by their own rules when it came to creating a coastal family retreat.

Rich History

Issue 66

Two architects with a shared love of landscape and tactile materials have hand-built an affordable home in Fish Creek almost entirely from timber salvaged from homes destined for demolition.

Just Right

Issue 65

Architects Daniel Raymond and Thomas Martin of rama used shipping containers to overcome the challenges of the brief and constraints of this bushland site.

Evolutionary

Issue 64

Architect Ben Daly spared no time, effort or thought when it came to carefully restoring a New Zealand railway cottage.

Hideaway

Issue 63

Bruny Island Cabin was created to satisfy the client’s yearning for retreat and renewal; a space where she could relish life’s simple pleasures: reading, playing music and stargazing.

Healthful and Heartfelt

Issue 62

A family finds harmony with the natural world through their meticulously composed, sustainability-focused country home.

Living Memory

Issue 61

Drawing on the values, traditions and textures of agricultural history, this New Zealand home pays reverence to the land.

Where Old Meets New

Issue 60

This bold extension to a countryside Victorian cottage cleverly reuses materials and creates a warm family environment topped off with serious sustainable credentials.

Seasons Change

Issue 59

Edition Office’s award-winning home for an architecturally adventurous Fish Creek couple has used the constraints of its elevated site to create an expandable home of protected pavilions and courtyards with killer views to Wilson’s Prom.

Off Grid

Issue 57

Shacky finds a way to use the tiny house phenomenon to help out farmers and give “city people” a taste of the country.