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Tin shed architecture in Redfern

27 September 2013
I love the concept of using the new to celebrate the old and this project beautifully illustrates how well it can work. In the wor

Bluey’s Beach ‘4’ by Bourne Blue Architecture

9 February 2016
This Bluey’s Beach home on the mid North coast of NSW was conceived by Bourne Blue Architecture based on a brief for simplic

Canadian ridge retreat with bold but delicate architectural form

11 October 2013
If I was designing a luxury rural abode this warm and earthy rural oasis in Canada would definitely have a place on my mood board!

A cocoon of timber hovering over the bay

19 October 2015
This is the kind of architecture that makes my heart sing. Designed by Dorrington Atcheson Architects as a family holiday home, it

Sustainable prefab bushland retreat

3 March 2016
How awesome is this little place? This pre-fab design by EcoLiv Sustainable Buildings is on the rugged coastline of Victoria and i

Timber clad beauty in Long Island, New York

17 February 2016
This fab looking joint on Long Island in New York was designed by Bates Masi architects. The house is clad in wide cedar boards wh

Warm industrial for architects own home in Tel Aviv

21 October 2015
It’s always interesting to see what architects come up with when designing their own homes. This home in Tel Aviv (Israel) w

Sustainable prefab beach house in Blairgowrie

10 December 2014
This lovely little beach house was created by the talented folk at Archiblox. Located in the seaside village of Blairgowrie, the h

Sustainably striking cabin in Blairgowrie

22 August 2014
This multi-award winning project known as “Cabin 2” is a fantastic contribution to the small architecture movement, wh

Wonderfully serene interiors in Prahan

6 August 2014
This home in the inner Melbourne suburb of Prahan began life as a single level Victorian house. Originally compartmentalised with