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Seemingly floating over a suburban Brisbane street, the brick and timber façade of Clay Lantern House suggests the form and dappled light of its namesake. At different angles and times of the day, glimpses of movement and silhouette activate changes in the facade, connecting with the outside while maintaining privacy.
Project name
Clay Lantern House
Architecture firm
John Contoleon Architecture
Location
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Photography
Brock Beazley Photography
This architecture visualization project aims to communicate the ideas of continuity of generations to the target audience. CUUB have teamed up with GLENVILL to create beautiful 3D renderings using a variety of tools to ensure the authenticity of the landscape and portray the building as a transformation of a historic building into a new breath of t...
Project name
Boiler House
Architecture firm
Jackson Clements Burrows
Location
Alphington, Melbourne, Australia
Tools used
Autodesk 3ds Max, Corona Renderer, Adobe Photoshop
A family home located 100 meters from the River Torrens linear park walk. This 4 bedroom luxury home offers privacy from the street, with open plan living overlooking a generous rear yard and pool. The folding forms at the rear of the building create protected outdoor areas and large internal living spaces of various heights.
Project name
Lockleys Residence
Architecture firm
Enzo Caroscio Architecture
Location
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Photography
Peter Fisher
Night Sky, designed by Peter Stutchbury Architecture, stands on a long, narrow block overlooking Blackheath Golf Course. From the street, it has a quiet presence, in no hurry to reveal itself – there are no obvious clues that this is a house that is both raw and refined; that has strength and power but, at the same time, a delicacy that speaks of t...
Project name
Night Sky
Architecture firm
Peter Stutchbury Architecture
Location
6 Jubilee Ave, Blackheath, New South Wales, Australia
Photography
Brett Boardman Studio
This stunning renovation in Kingsford has transformed the home's exterior, enhancing its street appeal and creating an inviting oasis for all to enjoy. The sparkling pool in the backyard is the perfect complement to the modern and stylish updates throughout the interior.
Project name
Kingsford
Architecture firm
Nathalie Scipioni Architects
Location
Kingsford, New South Wales, Australia
Photography
Graham Jepson
McGovern Residence - Concrete bunker house nestled between high-rises. A landmark site, a radical client willing to take risks and a sensational builder, the dream commission. The south facing riverfront allotment was occupied by a very charming but exhausted 1940’s worker's cottage.
Project name
McGovern Residence
Architecture firm
Reitsma & Associates
Location
77 Parkyn Parade, Mooloolaba, Queensland, Australia
Photography
Kelli Jean Black
Drawing inspiration from local Norfolk pines, this mixed-use residential project is a sculptural and sympathetic addition to its coastal location in Burleigh Heads (Queensland, Australia).
Project name
Drawing inspiration from local Norfolk pines
Architecture firm
Koichi Takada Architects
Location
Burleigh Heads, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
Tools used
Autodesk 3ds Max, Adobe Photoshop, Corona Renderer
Nathalie Scipioni Architects turned this two-bedroom, one-bathroom semi into a three-bedroom two bathroom two storey home in the heart of Erskineville adding value to our client's investment rental property. The property has an immense amount of natural light with streamlined unique interiors with finishes of stone and timber creating a unified fee...
Project name
Lions Court, Erskineville
Architecture firm
Nathalie Scipioni Architects
Location
Erskineville, New South Wales, Australia
Photography
Lisa Loi