Curtain Cottage by Apparte Studio

Curtain Cottage by Apparte Studio

A cramped, dark and damp Victorian cottage is transformed into a light-filled, flowing and uplifting home, while referencing original features of the house

Kiah House by Austin Maynard Architects

Kiah House by Austin Maynard Architects

More and more Australians are working from home. Kiah House explores a new approach to the home office, while also fulfilling the owners need

Valetta House by Office S&M

Valetta House by Office S&M

Office S&M remodeled Victorian property with a full refurbishment of the interior and two extensions, giving each child in the family their own space within the new home

Crisp House Collingwood by Robert Nichol & sons

Crisp House Collingwood by Robert Nichol & sons

Crisp House is the 1850's timber cottage that was renovated by Robert Nichol & sons with the new interiors are enhanced by extensive glazing and north facing skylights

Wooden Box House by Moloney Architects

Wooden Box House by Moloney Architects

The Moloney Architects added a wooden box to the 1910 weatherboard home to create a larger open living space that feels open and social

GC House by Your Architect London

GC House by Your Architect London

The Your Architect London renovated a Victorian terraced house for a growing family needs that to create a flexible living space filled with natural light

Trentham House by Adam Kane Architects

Trentham House by Adam Kane Architects

Trentham House is the 1980's weatherboard house that was redesigned by Adam Kane Architects to contrast the construction type and aesthetic of the house

Contemporary Heritage Living by Melbourne Design Studios

Contemporary Heritage Living by Melbourne Design Studios

The Waltham Jewel project is a Victorian heritage residence was refurbished by Melbourne Deisgn Studios to create a luxury contemporary living space with all modern amenities

Bougainvillea Row House by Luigi Rosselli Architects

Bougainvillea Row House by Luigi Rosselli Architects

This modern townhouse was designed by Luigi Rosselli Architects for a film director requires good planning and engaging imagery, the stair balustrade with fish scale brass screen