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East Street House By Kerstin Thompson Architects
Commissioning the design of a new home is a process that involves a multitude of milestones, from finding the right site and establishing a brief to negotiating during design and then building. For many clients, this process ends once they move in. W
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Toolern Vale by Paul Couch
Toolern Vale, northwest of Melbourne: the bushland here is grey and green, washed out like an old photograph. Its trees are ancient, gnarled and papered with flaking bark. Where the ground litter thins, lichen-covered rocks and pools of tawny moss ho
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Musings
Designing a house is a balancing act. There are a plethora of desires and constraints that need to be weighed up and considered. The houses collected in this issue illustrate how architecture can consolidate disparate ideas to create homes that are a
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Casa Malaparte: Furniture
Perched high on a rocky promontory overlooking the sea on the Italian island of Capri, Casa Malaparte has been an inspirational structure for artists and designers for decades. In his book on the house, author Michael McDonough describes it as “simpl
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Contributors
Zuzana is a co-director of Zuzana and Nicholas Architects, a small practice based in Brisbane. She is also a lecturer at Griffith University, where she teaches and co-directs the Architecture Et cetera Lab. Michael is a director of Melbourne-based p
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Goskar House By Anna O’gorman Architect
It is well known that buildings and construction consume a lot of energy, often more than is necessary as artificial heating and cooling systems compensate for poorly considered layouts. Climate-responsive design works to rectify this problem, substa
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Gemma Savio Gemma Savio T: +61 3 8699 1000 houses@archmedia.com.au Katelin Butler Stephanie McGann Nicci Dodanwela Cassie Hansen Josh Harris Alexa Kempton Simone Wall Metrik studiometrik.com Michael Pollard Amy Banks Tash Fisher Ian Close Sue Harris
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Fresh Finds
Lights that evoke the streetscapes of Copenhagen, a serene outdoor day bed, and the latest in colour and finish – this suite of products is sure to inspire. Find more residential products: selector.com and productnews.com.au In recognition that work
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House In The Garden By Sam Crawford Architects
For many people, grand designs equate to bigger builds. The insatiable desire for more square metres typically sees the green spaces within the boundaries of many Australian properties squeezed out and rendered useless as treeless patches of grass. T
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From Firm Foundations
Treat your feet and your home to these delightfully tactile flooring products – from tranquil Italian marble and warm Australian timbers to decadent jewel-toned carpets. Find more residential products: selector.com and productnews.com.au Available t
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Rae Rae House By Austin Maynard Architects
For most of my adult life I’ve avoided accruing things. Over the years, I’ve stifled the urge to collect books, furniture, clothing and cutlery, positing that there is a finite number of things that a person “needs.” There’s a certain piousness to th
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Finer Things
Timeless planters, lush rugs and artful accessories – these are the finishing touches that make ordinary household spaces extraordinary. Find more residential products: selector.com and productnews.com.au The sculptural forms of cactuses growing in
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Kura Studio
Perth-based Anika Kalotay and Serena Pangestu met in high school and both went on to study architecture at Curtin University and the University of Western Australia. It was always likely that the best friends would go into business together and so, w
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Philosophers’ House By Matt Elkan Architect
Maala and Grant’s home of 15 years had all the spaces they needed, but many they didn’t use: a formal living room, an enclosed dining room, a guest bedroom and another bedroom that had been converted into a wine cellar. There were some imperfections,
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Belmont Street Residence by David Boyle Architect
Belmont Street Residence was my first real project (that is, the client was not a family member). At the time I had no grand plans to start my own practice and had worked diligently for 11 years absorbing as much information as possible from some fan
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The Farmhouse By Smith Architects
Driven by the owner’s strong connection to the land on which it is built, The Farmhouse operates, first and foremost, at the scale of the site. The house – located in Rochedale, an outer suburb south-east of Brisbane – is approached along an informal
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Hollow Tree House By Core Collective Architects
The 1830s in rural Tasmania was a harsh and often dangerous time. Colonial houses were built in an unfamiliar landscape as a frontier war was being waged against the original owners of the land, the Tasmanian Indigenous people, while bushrangers roam
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Garden Estate By Robson Rak
Garden Estate by Robson Rak is a tour de force in the materiality of rammed earth, married with a stunning, long-established garden to create an oasis of greenery and calm. The house is located in Point Lonsdale on the Bellarine Peninsula east of Gee
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Hollow Tree House Meet The Owners
Stephanie McGann Could you tell us a little about yourself and what drew you to this historic property in Tasmania’s Central Highlands? Harriett England My husband and I have always loved Tasmania and have spent a lot of time down here. We were base
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Bokey Grant
Originally from New Zealand but now operating between Sydney’s inner-west and New South Wales’ Southern Highlands, Jeffrey Bokey-Grant seeks out the particularities – of client, site and brief – to drive the work of his practice. Bokey Grant first co
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Beaumaris House By Clare Cousins Architects
The beachside suburb of Beaumaris has long been a significant place in the story of Melbourne architecture. The postwar expansion of suburban living in this area resulted in innovative designs by some of Australia’s most recognized modernist architec
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Francesco Balzano
Paris-based designer Francesco Balzano’s furniture practice traverses the lines between fine art, architecture and design. He produces predominantly custom and limited-edition pieces and his work exudes a sense of refined splendour and craftsmanship.
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