SJB is well versed in designing residential architecture and, while Ashbury Terraces might be a relatively small project in relation to Sydney as a whole, it provokes some fundamental questions about the future of Australian cities.
This shortlisted residential project channels the story of a house through decades of ownership by the same client. With sensitive touches and an ambitious overall design vision, Annandale Terrace by Sam Crawford Architects is a delightful home.
Takt is designing architecture that is sustainable, sensitive and desirable. This studio is leading the way as a beating architectural heart in the regions and is in sync not only with the landscape but with the local communities who call it their home.
Not content with recent awards for Brookfield Place in Sydney and 80 Charlotte Street in London, this employee-owned practice is on a competition winning streak.
This Sydney business park by Turner Studio has its own amenity-rich mixed-use precinct – a slice of CBD life in the ‘burbs.
In November the Melbourne design community came out to Stylecraft to celebrate Habitus House of the Year 2022 – and discover the program’s three crowning winners.
Smart Design Studio has explored the classic terraced house as a convenient and comfortable luxury staple for Mirvac’s latest development. Read on for a sneak peek of the Portman Terraces, due for completion in 2023.
40 years of blurring the line between art and architecture, Wood Marsh is simply extraordinary.
Renzo Piano and State of Craft put an emphasis on light and transparency, with operable facades and winter gardens also integrated into the design.
Studio Johnston will continue to bring its acclaimed design talent to new residential and commercial projects, with a renewed focus on interiors and the collaborative process.
Our very own editor at Indesign, Jan Henderson, has co-authored a book with photographer Dianna Snape. It saw them traverse the Australian continent – in the midst of the pandemic no less – to get to the heart of (architectural) matters. Indesignlive chats with the two authors.