Architect Wilko Doehring saved a 1956 Beaumaris brick house from likely demolition and restored it for his own family.
The beautiful Lodge House in Melbourne's east has been held in the architect's own family for over 60 years – until now!
House Gezellig by Studio Prineas reflects their clients’ love for modernist design principles and collection of fine art.
A subtle renovation by Kin Architects has enhanced this mid-century home, making it functional for years to come.
An exclusive look at the late-1940s apartment complex that's been recently restored to its former glory, and the homes of two young architec...
A sympathetic renovation inside Brisbane’s heritage Torbreck building, brought back to life by Kin Architects and the owners.
The most intact beachcomber by the late modernist architect Nino Sydney is for sale in the Blue Mountains.
The top homes we toured in 2021 from this iconic design era!
A North Balwyn home designed by architect Alan Nance and built in 1957 is on the market, and it's amazing!
Pop Architecture returned this 1960 mid-century home in Ivanhoe East to its former glory through interior alterations.
Las Palmas by DUO Architects in association with Davis Architects is a Byron Bay hinterland home inspired by the owner's upbringing in Robin...
This apartment in Caulfield North retains all its charming, original trimmings. Even with herringbone floors, steel-framed windows and bambo...
A Modernist home buried in bushland on the Northern Beaches of Sydney is up for sale (and living rent-free in our heads!).
From banana Paddle Pop yellow, to chocolatey timber, this 1960s home makeover by Wowowa brings colour and personality to this mid century ho...
DFJ Architects revive an original 1950s home on the Tweed Coast, now affectionately known as ‘Neal + Shirley’s’.
Designed by architect Iwan Iwanoff in 1959, this incredible home in Mount Lawley, Western Australia is on the market.
The eight most popular mid-century homes published on The Design Files last year!
The Bruce Rickard-designed Mirrabooka House in New South Wales is a bona-fide bombshell - AND it’s for sale!