Urban

Future Food System

Issue 77

Joost Bakker has created a Greenhouse mark V and this is his most ambitious and thought-provoking to-date.

Challenge Accepted

Issue 73

A challengingly-oriented site proved no match for NIELSEN JENKINS, who created a contemporary place of refuge that celebrates daily happenings.

Rewritten

Issue 73

Working closely with devoted clients, Breathe Architecture has turned a run-down warehouse in Brunswick, Melbourne into a “beautifully insulated” family home.

Slow and Steady

Issue 73

Kate Stokes and Haslett Grounds, of Melbourne-based furniture and lighting design studio Coco Flip, happily create at their own pace – always with sustainability and integrity front of mind.

Deft Touch

Issue 72

In defiance of a building report recommending demolition, a Brunswick artist and her partner challenged Zen Architects to retain as much as possible of their Victorian weatherboard while creating an impeccably sustainable home/studio animated by glorious landscaping and locally-handcrafted detailing.

Handcrafted

Issue 72

It started with a humble set of Flea chairs. And it ended with an epic penthouse refurbishment atop Fender Katsalidis’ iconic Hero building, in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD.

Sustainable Machine

Issue 72

Architect Clinton Cole integrated landscape, food and energy into the architecture of his family home to create a machine for sustaining life.

Synergy

Issue 71

Studio203 designed an energy-efficient house using a combination of passive solar principles and high-performance technology.

In Harmony

Issue 71

Youssofzay + Hart took an inside-out approach to the design of this house to connect to the landscape and capture bush views.

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.