The Smoko Room and Sawmill Brewery sit on a rural setting and take pride in their farming and agricultural surrounds.
Extending ideas about climate-responsive architecture, this new home by Sparks Architects is poetic and emotionally charged.
In 2008, on a steep Wellington site, in an old part of town, Parsonson Architects have designed a clever townhouse.
This home takes on a local rural vernacular, creating an impact in the small wine-making community of Martinborough.
The purity of Japanese architecture is energised by the daily performance of sunlight.
Camille Khouri discovers a multi-disciplinary studio that designed its own home and handcrafted a large portion of its interior.
This cleverly stitched-together, barn-like family home represents the socially conscious ideologies of its designers.
North of Auckland, Herbst Architects produce a sophisticated response to climate and context in this home from 2008.
Designed for a jet-set family, this Monaco apartment strikes a seemingly effortless balance between comfort and style.
This subtly designed family beach house peeks out from behind a large pōhutukawa tree on a busy, beachfront site.
This thoughtful addition relaxes the home’s original formality, brings focus to the garden and offers elements of surprise.
This “open and transparent” addition is tucked neatly behind a weatherboard house in Melbourne’s leafy inner north.
Set among native bushland on the outskirts of Melbourne, this multi-generational home exudes a very urban sophistication.
This horseshoe-shaped house maximises the ocean views on a steep suburban plot in Nelson.
RTA Studio’s dramatic new office/retail/carparking building creates a unique monochromatic precinct just off Ponsonby Road.
A slick holiday home in Nelson is luring its Singapore-based owners into making it their permanent abode.
Robust, tactile and honest, the design of this new house in Victoria responds instinctively to its setting.
A designer villa in Bali, inspired by Japanese minimalism, captures the essence of simplicity, luxury and relaxation.
Perched high on a rocky outcrop, this expressive home in Sydney reveals a strong connection with mid-century modernism.
Wellington Airport’s latest addition by WaM features a ‘net’ of angled cross-frames that stretch between existing buildings.
This abstract meditation space in the middle of a forest is deeply intertwined with the woodland that surrounds it.
Drawing in surrounding bushland, this new home in Brisbane intimately engages with its context and climate.
This architect’s penthouse boasts enviable green spaces and a vertigo-inducing outdoor bath.
This “1970s Japanese spaceship” home in Falls Creek, Australia is designed with both playfulness and pragmatism.
This cottage sensitively and intelligently responds to its World Heritage-listed site on an island off the coast of Queensland.
An adaption of a beachside terrace in Sydney by Archer Office that feels “generous, considerate and creative.”
This layered and luxurious makeover in the Big Apple transforms an apartment into a veritable home.
Simon Bush-King unravels the new, quirky design within a former electricity company headquarters in Antwerp.
Ōtāhuhu’s new train station delivers a rich, multi-layered experience, as well as a sense of our place in the South Pacific.
From Mondrian to Margiela: a very personal blending of influences make this French apartment a veritable tour de force.