Penny Fuller and Jad Silvester’s reconfiguration of their 40-square-metre one-bedroom apartment was an exercise in efficiency. The architects, who lead their own practice, Silvester Fuller, made dimensional improvements and utilised visual tricks to maximise the space functionally and visually.
A landmark modernist home in Brisbane is given a new lease on life through an empathetic and considered restoration.
Figr Architecture have re-created a family flexible home that’s small, comfortable and a little bit cheeky.
A small red brick home is transformed with a series of beautiful, linked and seemingly simple boxes deliberately at odds with the original house.
Two couples have divided their land but united their lifestyles in this incredible sub-divided property.
Crayon House is an architectural triple threat: playful, practical and sustainable.
Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the city, this expansive family home is at one with nature.
A series of cohesive and varied volumes sees this long, narrow home transition from weatherboard to concrete to brick.
This Sydney terrace, now with fewer rooms but more usable space, is driven by creative ideas that will inspire sustainable architecture and functional living.
This small footprint extension liberates its landscape with some out of the box thinking.