Minimalist Lightbox House by Edwards Moore

Australian-based firm Edwards Moore has designed this simple yet comforting single-storey house in the middle of urban setting. [via thisispaper]

 

Bubbly QT Hotel Gold Coast in Australia

Australia’s newest hotel brand QT surely sounds and definitely looks like a cutie. Located in Queensland, Australia, QT Hotel Gold Coast, is the first in QT’s nationwide series of unique, designer hotel experiences. Nic Graham & Associates have designed its interiors with a very welcoming open-spaced setting, bold custom lighting and artist-crafted features. Aside from its existing hotels in Sydney, Port Douglas, Falls Creek, and Queensland, QT promises to open [...]

 

Classy Barossa House in Australia by Max Pritchard Architect

The Barossa House was designed by Architect Max Pritchard with a very striking yellow steel roofing. It is located in the Barossa Valley, Australia that offers panoramic views over the famous South Australian Wine Region. Description: The house follows the slope of the land with five level changes along its length, a continuous timber ramp links the different levels. Tapered eaves and earth berming around the eastern and southern walls accentuate [...]

 

Suave Hawthorn House by Canny

Australian studio Canny designed the Hawthorn house located in Hawthorn, Australia. Behind the traditional facade is a suave contemporary residence that features floor to ceiling windows, a gorgeous pool house and a handsome cellar. Hawthorn House by Canny: The initial client brief was to create a home that would allow independent living zones for the needs of the growing family. With three teenage boys the home allows ample breakout spaces for [...]

 

Sleek Coppin Penthouse by JAM Architects

JAM Architects designed the modern Coppin Penthouse. This sleek contemporary home with a gorgeous rooftop pool is located in Victoria, Australia. Photos by JAM Architects

 

Geometrical Extension of the Balmain Cottage

Sydney-based architecture studio Innovarchi designed the Balmain renovation project. This unusual geometric extension is part of a traditionally designed cottage in Balmain, New South Wales in Australia. Balmain Cottage by Innovarchi: In the context of the heritage area in and around Balmain this extension to a small cottage demanded careful consideration of the philosophy behind the new intervention. Analysis of traditional built forms, usage patterns and development codes led to a strategy of providing [...]

 

Sensational Renovation of The Blurred House

Australia-based studio Bild Architecture designed The Blurred House, a major renovation and extension project located in Melbourne, Victoria. The Blurred House by Bild Architecture: The first in a series of studies into the adaptation of vernacular Australian suburban typologies, ‘Blurred House’ is a major renovation and extension to an original 1930’s Californian bungalow in Melbourne’s inner-north. Reacting to the established convention of jarring juxtaposition of existing ‘old’ and introduced ‘new’ architectural elements ; [...]

 

New Farm Concrete Home

Sophisticated industrial design, a home in New Farm, Brisbane, Australia. Designed by talented architect Larry Weston, in which he cleverly used in situ poured concrete as main foundation as well aesthetic. Adding warmth and toning down the concrete material are the raised (and sunken) spaces made of timber.

 

Inside the Charming Wentworth Falls Cottage

Find delightful vintage items, striking decor inside this super charming dwelling in Australia. Humble home to Jane and Michael Frosh and their three children in NSW’s Wentworth Falls. Equally beautiful is their caravan called Carrie the caravan for guests. And finally, here’s the guest room. Sweet Carrie the caravan! [via homelife]

 

The Trunk House in Australia

Paul Morgan Architects designed this small cabin located in the Victoria’s Central Highlands of Australia in the forest of Stringybark. Most noted element are the V-shaped beams and the split tree branches as exterior columns. Visit Paul Morgan Architects website.   Photos by Peter Bennetts via knstrct