Clad in black metal and a shiplap timber that’s also used on the interior, the home is streamlined and modern without feeling the slightest bit cold.
This renovated 1960s stunner in Sydney could be yours for a pretty penny.
Glenn Murcutt designed an ethereal structure to sit in Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Gardens, where it will be the hub for a series of events.
The project makes the most of the backyard garden with separate additions for a bedroom and kitchen.
Designed by Studio Jackson Scott, the single-story house embraces prefab concrete panels and plywood.
The centerpiece of the home is the living room, where a hanging fireplace is framed by a series of windows with copper louvers.
The Coogee House II has a restrained color palette but feels complex and layered thanks to the range of materials used.
The house is defined by little moments of visual cleverness as it relates to its surroundings.
The 650-square-foot studio is powered 100 percent by the solar panels that line the roof.
Designed by husband-and-wife duo Jesse Bennett and Anne-Marie Campagnolo, Planchonella House rises among the rainforests of Queensland in Edge Hill, Cairns.
Architect Paul Butterworth designed the "Honeyworks House" for a beekeeping couple who wanted to connect the indoors to the outdoors.
FGR Architects took advantage of the hilltop site, perching the house atop a base to give it the appearance of floating in midair.
Designed by noted practice Andresen O’Gorman Architects in 1995, the Rosebery House sits in a secluded grove on the far side of a gully in Highgate Hill in Brisbane, Australia.
The sliding hardwood screens control both the amount of daylight that enters the home as well as sea breezes and views.
Austin Maynard Architects has completed yet another gorgeous modern home, this time by extending a weatherboard Victorian cottage in Melbourne.
The residence uses corrugated metal and common timber siding to impressive effect.
This recently completed apartment complex near Melbourne, Australia, looks like a gray brick cousin of Tokyo’s famous Nakagin Capsule Tower—but on a more suburban scale.
A huge chunk of the ground level has been carved out for an open-air living room, complete with a climbing wall.
The clients replaced their garage with this backyard building so their daughter would have a place to live in price-inflated Melbourne.
This move protects the Tao Gofers-designed Sirius tower from being demolished—for now.
The wide clerestory windows do wonders for the space, filling it with light and creating a sense of expansiveness.
Five locations are expected to roll out by the end of the year, with the first already up and running in a tranquil olive grove.
Designed in 1963 by architect Brian Mazlin, the elegant post-and-beam home is distinguished by its simplicity.
Called Perimeter House, the project was helmed by local practice Make Architecture and involved adding a large brick addition to the rear of a small wooden cottage.
Designed by local firm CplusC Architectural Workshop, the house was built for a family who wanted a private retreat where they could also entertain.
Australian architect Glenn Murcutt designs with the motto "Touch this earth lightly." The Donaldson House is one such example.