Blending indoor and outdoor living, this Bayside residence by JCB Architects provides ample space for all different functions.
This terrace house in Australia channels the story of a home through decades of ownership by the same client.
Articulated by a vertical rupture of unfinished brick, Splinter Society has made clear the divide between old and new in Tear Away House.
A revitalised kitchen for a chef and his family fuses practical planning with sophisticated materials.
Instead of building up, Mitsuori Architects dug down, resulting in a home that responds better to the needs and aspirations of its occupants.
Shona McElroy had a brief of conflicting requirements when designing this family home – but underpinning it all was a space to truly relax in.
This home in Melbourne is a contemporary abode that responds to both the majestic gum trees and locals who pass by.
Responding to the beautiful architecture of the home, Kestie Lane Studio has created a pared back interior of subtle nuance.
Like an eclectic jewellery box, the GT Madhouse is full of delightful surprises and is reminiscent of all that is precious to this family.
State of Kin’s bold use of colour and unique style comes to life in Shutter House, a Perth home that embraces the joyfulness of design.
The Living Space category in the INDE.Awards is always overflowing with exceptional home design and in 2021 this was no different.
This Australian home remodelled by Blank Canvas Architects celebrates heritage and contemporary living.
WALA has turned this Australian heritage house on its head, with an addition that elevates living space upstairs and bedrooms downstairs.
Rescued from decay, this Victorian mansion in Melbourne, Australia blends its past with an elegant, new contemporary character.
Whiting Architects delivers a stylish design that belies the constraints of a small site in Melbourne, Australia.
Greg Natale modernised the living areas of this 495 sqft Melbourne apartment and created a big impact despite its small footprint.
In Australia, Philip Stejskal Architecture designs a house for a fly-in-fly-out worker to always feel at home.
Matilda House by Templeton is intimately tied to place, sunk deep into the Australian bushland of the client’s childhood.
A medley of exterior and interior amendments have resulted in a refined family home that harks back to its equestrian past.
When architect Chloe Naughton finished her studies and her parents sought a new home, it became obvious that no one else was better suited to the task.
A spacious Annandale warehouse residence has a rich history of past inhabitants and uses, each of which has informed the space as it stands today.