Nodding to modernism, while sitting firmly in the contemporary, Sanctuary House by Mim Design is a delight of circles and form.
Coolatai House by Cera Stribley is a getaway for the owners who wanted a bathroom view with an ‘outdoor feel’.
Gloss House by Studio Doherty explores unconventionality in every corner, including the main ensuite, laden with a pistachio sorbet hue.
Light filled and encased in foliage, Debris Block House by Bangalore based studio CollectiveProject is setting a new paradigm for Indian architecture.
Goy Architects’ sensitive adjustments and additions to this apartment form a cosy home layered with timber and greenery.
Bay Pearl by Kirsten Johnstone Architecture transforms an existing Brighton family home through an innovative renovation and reconfiguration.
The interior design of this house by Brewin Design Office elevates the quotidian with artful touches and layered spaces.
Leeton Pointon Architects + Interiors designed an extension that would introduce living and entertaining spaces suited for family life.
Designed for a family by a family, Matteo is a home like no other where the architects demonstrated their experience in design through a third-generation family practice led by a Mother-Son duo, Trinity Architects.
The Stylesmiths transformed the worn 1970s interior into a timeless setting with entertaining and day-to-day comfort prioritised.
Designed by Ming Architects, the theme of framing defines many aspects of this house — nature, light and shadow.
The concrete form of Cabin House by Taliesyn Architecture + Design fosters conversations and slow living, a stone’s throw from the fast pace of Bengaluru (Bangalore).
In the picturesque neighbourhood of Caulfield, Melbourne, Ivory House – by Homeroom Studio in collaboration with Tecture – stands as a testament to modern design sensibilities.
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.
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.
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.
How do you balance the desire for open views while considering the need for privacy? The Lookout in Melbourne is a residence defined by a peaceful loftiness.
Applying a holistic approach, Mim Design and Conrad Architects have worked with mutual respect to create a superbly refined home in Armadale Residence.
Studio Wills + Architects has rethought living in a ‘shoebox’ apartment.
With a bold, impenetrable facade to the street, House Between the Walls flips the expectation of how to create a private and peaceful home.
The intriguing notion of a liveable artwork is put to the test in this house where art and architecture are one.
Members of the INDE.Awards jury are global leaders in architecture and design and together they make an integral contribution in judging every category of the Awards. Each and every jury member is a leader and through their professionalism, expertise and knowledge they ensure the INDE.Awards is an exemplar on every level.
The award-winning architect shares the merits of simplicity, as shown in his latest project for GuocoLand, and says the best homes are made by understanding human nature.
The 2021 INDE.Awards has commenced and this year is shaping up to be the best on record. Now in its fifth year, the INDE.Awards is the pre-eminent architectural awards in the region and the only programme that encompasses the entire Indo-Pacfic in its scope and celebrations. Through INDE, we invite designers and architects to showcase local design in a forum that elevates its shortlisters and winners to the global stage. With many high caliber projects already entered […]
The split-levels of this row house in Vietnam have been purpose designed by Khôun Studio to encourage connection and natural ventilation throughout.
This posh, contemporary residential estate by Studio Lotus is a master stroke in architectural ingenuity and exquisite, yet homely interior design.
Archifest 2019 returns in less than two weeks. Not sure which of the 40-odd events to attend? Here are 12 you shouldn’t miss.
With just 258sqft to work with, architect Brad Swartz has turned this Sydney apartment into a flexible and highly liveable home.
The wait will soon be over. Guests can check in to The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore from 1st October onwards.
Not sure which of the 50 events to attend at Archifest 2018? Here are ten you shouldn’t miss.