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.
Ground is soon to be broken for The Pacifica, an apartment complex that will be Auckland’s highest residential tower.
Showing restraint and simplicity, a new home by Powell and Glenn is animated by the changing light and shade.
This Moscow home shows how custom-designed spaces, furniture and fittings can take the uniformity out of apartment living.
Warren and Mahoney Auckland’s new office is a gold box that reflects the beauty of its home inside an old shipping warehouse.
This unapologetically bold house in Wanaka cantilevers over the outdoor living spaces without compromising the stunning scenery.
Like a well kept secret, a renovated 1930s bungalow hides a black steel and glass addition from the street.
A flexible home in Sydney that uses one space and retractable walls to create a diversity of spatial moods and experiences.
A tiny, triangular and nearly derelict site receives a sharp redesign.
Sam Crawford Architects has restored and extended a cottage towards views of a Moreton Bay fig tree in Sydney’s Bronte.
In Montréal, a co-working office space and hospitality venue receive a stunning and somewhat disruptive interior treatment.
Dalman Architecture’s community-minded Chapel Street Centre is a dramatic piece of place-making, executed with modest means.
Uptown development SKHY offers six different apartment types in four buildings, centred around a landscaped square.
A London apartment for a creative couple offers up drama and grand gestures mixed with subtle and delicate moments.
A subtle arrangement of garden courtyards creates an oasis of greenery at the Courtyard House by Figr Architecture.
This interior, devised by the film industry, is equal parts escapism, kid’s haven and functional – all with a dash of magic.
A new coastal home by Fergus Scott Architects that can accommodate up to thirty relatives and friends.
A collection of whimsical knick-knacks casts a colourful spell on Wellington’s Seashore Cabaret.