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Tailor-made for modern living, the Sussex house is a bold, contemporary form imbued with a sense of timelessness. A contemporary expression of raw materiality, showcasing bricks, bluestone and porcelain - personifying the mass of a boulder, delicately floating within the shallows of a deep blue body of pool water, the weighted walls are softened by...
Project name
Sussex House
Architecture firm
Mckimm
Location
Brighton, Australia
Photography
Timothy Kaye
Perched on the waters edge in Ku ring gai National Park just to the north of Sydney, the Morning Bay House is designed as a place for the clients to connect with the natural landscape of Pittwater and the surrounding high spotted gum forest.
Project name
Morning Bay House
Architecture firm
Casey Brown Architecture
Location
Ku-ring-gai National Park, Morning Bay, Australia
Photography
Rhys Holland
This large family residence is composed of two masonry and tiled gable roof structures, a contemporary but contextual response to the more traditional homes in the leafy hillside street.
Project name
Hawthorn by InForm
Architecture firm
Pleysier Perkins in collaboration with InForm
Location
Hawthorn, Melbourne, Australia
Photography
Timothy Kaye
Wagstaffe House is the realisation of a dream to live in the trees overlooking the water. The layout consists of public and private wings that create a raised courtyard, open on one side to frame the view and create a place of refuge from the elements.
Project name
Wagstaffe House
Architecture firm
buck&simple: doers of stuff
Location
Wagstaffe, New South Wales, Australia
Photography
Simon Whitbread
Designed by Architect John LeClare Josephs, Director of Superseed Architecture and built by Peter Capozzi of Capozzi Building, the residence is a symphony of architectural design, engineering, specification, and Master Builder craftsmanship.
Project name
Infinity Views
Architecture firm
Superseed Architecture
Location
Australia
Photography
Jack Lovel, Crib Creative
Nestled amidst the leafy streets of Canberra’s inner north, the Loft House addition delivers a warm, light filled living space with a ‘lofty’ retreat above. Located behind a compact 1950’s Riley Newsum prefabricated house, the addition emerges up into the skyline with a sympathetic gable form.
Project name
Loft House
Architecture firm
Rob Henry Architects
Location
Canberra, Australia
Photography
LightStudies Photography
Tim Ditchfield Architects: Inspired by a journey to Palm Springs and the spirit of mid-century modernism, this project was a pilgrimage in design. An exercise in restraint, the floor plan seeks not to maximise built area, but create generous indoor-outdoor spaces throughout the site for any occasion or time of day and carefully curate a sequence of...
Project name
Las Palmas
Architecture firm
Tim Ditchfield Architects
Location
Noosa Heads, Queensland, Australia
Photography
Scott Burrows
Designed by Melbourne-based architecture and construction firm InForm, the brighton 8 House set on an unusual wedge-shaped property this four-bedroom family home utilises its north-west frontage for the outdoor entertaining area and pool.  This orientation provides the deepest garden aspect and pleasant treed views from the main living area.
Project name
Brighton 8
Architecture firm
InForm
Location
Brighton East, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Photography
Derek Swalwell