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How can architecture go beyond just dictating the building form and materiality to co-exist with nature? The architect of this home takes a more holistic approach.

Black is matched with white and classic with contemporary in this bathroom, which also finds a mid point between masculine lines and a softer ambience

Tweaked original plans result in a hall running right through this 1940s home, providing a glimpse of the new light-filled extension at the rear

Sharp lines, light forms and the lush integration of nature all combine to connect this home to its phenomenal beachside site

A run down Victorian-style home was restored with complementary modern elements and open plan living to achieve better flow and more light

Modern revamp opens up 1960s Sydney harbour-side apartment connects it to its surroundings

Architect Stefan Antoni turns a 1970s horror of a master suite into an open-plan space that’s become an everyday pleasure to use

Flooded with natural light, this glamour-meets-semi-industrial kitchen opens up to its outdoor setting – however, there are subtle demarcations of oper...

The raw, fair-face concrete wall experienced on the approach to this home belies the openness and transparency found on the other side of the home

Modern elements combine with an old world-look wall finish to tie to both original and new parts in a renovated and expanded home

The primary structure of this new home consists of parallel precast concrete walls, fully glazed at each end and topped with a gabled roof