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This is a modern seven-bedroom mansion on three levels. The flow of spaces creates the opportunity of interacting in robust family zones, whilst establishing more personal, intimate spaces where required.

This resort-style home for a family of five maximises river and ocean views. The family entertains a lot and, with that, came the need for not only large indoor and outdoor living areas, but also a large ind...

A heritage-listed c.1880 sandstone cottage is revamped with a new living/dining/kitchen area situated at a level closer to the garden – minimising the transition from the old cottage and allow...

The renovation of this heritage home honours the historical significance of the frontage, while the contemporary three-storey addition and a series of social spaces internalise the view, providing privacy and reinfor...

The interior design responds directly to the owner's brief to be robust, but elegantly grand, and fully utilises the volumes of space crafted by Wolf Architects, with the use of high-quality ma...

Nestled into the leafy streets of Sydney’s Newtown, this is a transformation of an existing terrace house into a light-filled home to suit the needs of a young family of five, with a strong connecti...

Despite the site's restrictive planning, geological and historical challenges, this harbourside home pushes engineering boundaries to maximise the views and squeeze every square millimetre fr...

The owners' desire to keep at least some of the existing home's structure for sentimental reasons, and a wish to live in it during construction, dictated the construction program of this larg...

Opulent fabrics, textural wallpapers and exquisitely made custom furniture – all in shades of silver, sea greens and blues – were used to create a harmonious and calming atmosphere in this inner-city apartme...

As the existing roofscape of this listed heritage home had to remain intact, the upper level had to be supported so as to demolish and rebuild beneath it. A new layout cleared away all the small rooms at the...

The challenge in designing this home was to maximise the ground level indoor and outdoor living spaces, while dealing with a 3m slope down to a northern laneway. There is a strong visual connection to t...

In response to the owner's request for something unique, the interior designer has delivered individual and distinctive ideas not typically seen in current interiors. Attention to detail...

The aim throughout this family home was to achieve relaxed and unpretentious spaces devoid of clutter, to create a timeless elegance that has gentle warmth.

A contemporary and minimal renovation has transformed a post-war brick house into an expansive family home. The restrained material palette reflects the architecture of the proje...

Looking to create a multi-purpose living space and pool as an extension to their character bungalow, the owners of this home, wanted an entertaining space that would suit their thr...

After 100 years of chaotic alterations and additions, this c.1900 heritage listed weatherboard home has been reconsidered to meet modern living requirements, while respectin...

The existing brick house had very little interaction with its surroundings, despite its privileged location and views. In its renovation, internal layouts have been adapted to suit large...

This exposed corner lot required specific design considerations such as ingress and egress for both cars and pedestrians, outdoor living spaces, and privacy from a busy road –  all whilst still maxim...

Inspired by the natural beauty of the surrounding landscape and the local vernacular, this house sits lightly with a sense of belonging in its environment. Traditional light...

With Scandinavian and Japanese influences, this house is designed around a central courtyard, which creates a feeling of transparency from the Genkan (traditional Japanese entryway), throug...

Steep, sloping and triangular-shaped, this site has lake views on the southeast side, while the street side is north-facing. The clients' previous home was quite cold due to l...

02 Nov, 2020

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