How Timmins+Whyte Architecture and Design turned a dark, Victorian terrace in North Melbourne into a flexible, light-filled home.
Views of the river, mountains and surrounding vegetation are all cleverly captured in this house at Otago Bay, by Topology Studio.
Rammed earth and recycled timber come together in this creekside Melbourne home by Breathe Architecture.
This Mollymook property's incredible front garden by Dangar Barin Smith has inadvertently become a local tourist destination.
A formerly unliveable art deco house in Northcote gets a major overhaul by Rob Kennon Architects.
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The long awaited second project of architect Jesse Bennett is now complete!
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Landscape designer Penny Starr creates a garden for all seasons, for a young family in Rosanna, Victoria.
Follow the daily routine of Danielle Alvarez, head chef of the renowned Paddington restaurant, Fred's!
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A garden-immersed extension by Archier has turned this Victorian home in Coburg into a modern day treehouse.
An 1842 Georgian sandstone cottage in Oatlands, Tasmania, has been rescued from ruin and restored by Taylor and Hinds Architects.