Alice Blackwood visits Rivière by Aria Property and Bates Smart, pausing for an overnight stay, to explore the sustainability principles and design innovations underpinning Rivière’s unique lifestyle proposition.
With an estimated 40 per cent of the Australian workforce working from home, the push for functional home work spaces mirrors international shifts and is not about to turn around.
Adaptive reuse projects are creating a new and important genre of design where the past and present combine in a new and exciting direction. Case in point is Refinery House, recognised with an Honourable Mention at INDE.Awards.
Transplanting the essence of one Indian capital city into another, RSDA has retrofitted a family home with a finely tuned focus on colour, material and furniture.
Studio iF observed a restrained approach for this 1980s intermediate terrace house, treating the original property with sensitivity and respect rather than erase its architectural identity.
Quod Architects designs an environmentally-sustainable ‘outdoor house’ fit for Singapore’s tropical climate, marrying nature and the man-made, present and future.
Architect James Davidson of JDA Co. wants to move the dial faster on making homes safer, insurance cheaper and enabling communities to rebuild better when natural disaster strikes.
Designed with a contemporary gridded form, the aptly named Living Grid House by L Architects deals with Singapore’s tropical climate in a clever manner.
Formwerkz Architects employs a medley of judicious manoeuvres to create a light-filled, interactive terrace house filled with the pleasantries of plants.
Looking for a project where architecture can make a difference? The Northern Territory Government is taking tenders for Key Worker Accommodation in Alice Springs and Katherine.
The House at Jalan Seruling, described by the owner as a “house that breathes”, is an emotive spatial outcome by MAKK Architects that integrates structure, activity, and the language of architecture.