This grand heritage home in Armadale, Victoria, has been completely transformed through interior design by Studio Tate.
BayleyWard have brought this Elsternwick Edwardian back to life, and added a swoon-worthy double-height contemporary extension!
Jesse Bennett and Anne-Marie Campagnolo have been married for 10 years, and together, they have created some of the most impressive architec...
A contemporary home for furniture designers - meet Coastal Pavilion by Mim Design, on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula.
The brand director of James Richardson Furniture is selling her stunning 1930s Toorak house - with a Hecker Guthrie renovation!
This impressive North Perth home by Nic Brunsdon is varied, characterful and has plenty of unexpected details.
Less is more in this Queenslander renovation by Lineburg Wang, located in Brisbane’s Yeerongpilly.
Yasmine Ghoniem of YSG Studio shares her award winning interior project, Budge Over Dover, and her design philosophy.
Moving through this sloping Red Hill home by InForm with Pleysier Perkins is designed to feel like a hike in the bush!
Kennedy Nolan have knocked it out of the park again, transforming a Victorian house with a dated extension into a cohesive home, with uplift...
The renovated 1970s beach house in Sorrento, Victoria, of Kip&Co's Kate Heppell has hit the market.
This house by FMD Architects is built using CLT (cross laminated timber) – a revolutionary, sustainable building material.
A previously granted development approval allowed the sandstone ridge on this Seaforth site to be cut away, but Stafford Architecture had ot...
When bushfires ravaged the NSW South Coast this summer, this house by Collins Pennington Architects survived.
Using feng shui principles, Steffen Welsch Architects have reimagined a functional and beautiful terrace home in Melbourne's inner-north.
Decus Interiors and Luigi Rosselli Architects have taken this stunning new Bellevue Hill home to the next level.
One of Melbourne’s best original warehouse apartments has just hit the market, in Fitzroy's iconic MacRobertson building.
This coastal home by Rob Kennon Architects was built three quarters of the way underground to overcome its challenging site.