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Tree canopy inspired architecture…

21 March 2012
Nugunguru means “rumbling tides” in Maori language, and is the name of the coastal area where this impressive and unus

Pavilion chic by Tim Stewart Architects

19 March 2012
The design of this pavilion style home is distinctive in its unpretentious use of simple materials, and has a raw earthiness that

Bream Tail house by SGA Architects

14 March 2012
Responding to the sun, wind and rain is what drove the design of this beach home in Mangawhai Heads in northern New Zealand. As yo

The Barrow house by Andrew Maynard Architects

9 March 2012
“The Barrow” is an extension in Melbourne, designed by Andrew Maynard architects. The building was conceived as an arrangement

Sydney warehouse conversion by MCK Architects

7 March 2012
Here we have another stunning warehouse conversion, this time in Sydney, where a young family has converted a 2-storey warehouse i

Beach shack couture

5 March 2012
This fibro beach shack in the seaside town of Wamberal on the NSW central coast has been transformed from dilapidated to debonair

Collingwood warehouse conversion by Di Mase Architects

2 March 2012
Who hasn’t at some stage dreamt of living in a converted warehouse with huge timber beams, soaring ceilings, rustic concrete flo

Wamberal beach house by Virginia Kerridge

25 February 2012
I must confess to being a little bit infatuated by this home, with its warm, understated elegance and Japanese pavilion-style aest

Boomerang Beach architecture by Bourne Blue

20 February 2012
I am thrilled to be officially launching Designhunter today, after months of hunting and gathering to bring you a special brand of

Moody light and shady verandahs on Great Barrier Island

6 December 2011
There can never be enough timber in a house, as this home amply demonstrates. Known as “Timms Bach” and located on Gre