Landed House

A skylight enlivens this terrace house

Terrestrial Architects designs a home that’s warmly lit by a skylight, and where a family can feel connected at all times.

Wabi Sabi Pavilion in India is a distinct blend of the traditional and contemporary

Tasked with creating a family gathering space in the garage of their client’s home, 182 Design has adopted a pavilion sensibility, which suits the climate and footprint well.

For the love of timber

Queensland’s very first CLT house has been completed by KIRK Studio and it’s a veritable feast of timber in all its beauty, functionality and sustainability.

A corner terrace house defined by quiet luxury

atelier here has designed a sophisticated home that plays on materiality to accentuate its spatial qualities.

Linear luxury

Capitalising on the house’s elongated layout, Notion of W carved out spacious dining and living areas to cater to the homeowners’ growing family and love for hosting.

Quiet opulence

Subtle sophistication can speak volumes, as seen in the discerning palette of upscale finishes and designer furniture gracing this three-generation family home by Joey Khu ID.

A unique journey through a tight terrace home

Designers continue to find ways of turning narrow terrace houses into dynamic, light-filled and desirable spaces. In Sydney’s Inner West, Ahron Best Architects centred it all on a small void.

Quality time together

Notion of W gave this semi-detached house a meaningful overhaul, adapting it for a family of six with expanded communal spaces such as a larger living area, and a family-friendly attic.

A humble homage to mid-century Australian design

The Bromley by Dalecki Design offers a harmonious integration of indoor and outdoor spaces within a family home where mid-century modernism was an inspired starting place.

Fit for the tropics

In renovating a 20-year-old house in Bangkok, Design in Motion has balanced privacy with openness to create a versatile and functional home defined by an elegant internal courtyard.