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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

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

A freestanding tub, floating bathing zone and side hamper seat together create a light, contemporary feel in this master ensuite

To overcome the challenge of an awkward L-shaped site, this new home was designed as two separate blocks on top of a basement recreation level

Tall cabinetry in this sculptural wood veneer and white kitchen conceals appliances, a pantry, and a laundry entrance

Pale-toned glass mosaics and a predominance of soft curves give these two bathrooms by designer Kirsten Stanisich a refined, feminine ambience

Sliding glass panels, louvres and operable perforated screens contribute to the passive design of this tropical home

Robin Caudwell CKDNZ from Designer Cabinets has designed this modern kitchen