Urban

Modernist Dream

Issue 71

What does it take to elevate a generous modernist apartment with great bones and thermal comfort into a glamorous “forever” home? WOWOWA’s interiors finesse, a skilled team of craftspeople and a reno-savvy client with bags of style.

Finding Treasure

Issue 70

The worst house on the best street is transformed into a lively, modernist-inspired home by Bellemo & Cat.

For the Love

Issue 70

Handmade & Found is an Adelaide-based studio that produces handmade objects for everyday use. Bringing together a cast of “talented craftspeople”, Handmade & Found’s current product range includes works from Ebony Heidenreich, Mathieu Cottin, Damon Moon and Yuro Cuchor, among others.

Patchwork

Issue 70

David Boyle Architect took cues from the surrounding bushland and water views to create sculptural additions that connect Five Gardens House with the landscape.

Natural Progression

Issue 70

Make Architecture’s transition into the recently-launched Studio Bright ushers in a new chapter of impactful architecture.

Tight-knit

Issue 69

LineburgWang’s site-sensitive extension to a double-gable Queenslander also adds to the architectural fabric of Brisbane.

Once Upon a Time

Issue 69

Folk Architects enlivened a Victorian-era terrace house through a highly functional, sustainability-focused renovation with just a touch of whimsy.

Taking a Chance

Issue 69

The latest addition to the Nightingale family holds its own on a challenging site adjacent to a railway in inner-city Melbourne.

Helping Hand

Issue 69

The owners of a compact home in Kingsville, Melbourne knew their draftsman’s plan was NQR, and turned to Olaver Architecture for a calm, minimalist, low-energy, indoor-outdoor home.

Take Two

Issue 69

Downie North drew on the principles of traditional Japanese architecture when transforming a small, dark cottage in Sydney for a newly-expanded family.