This rural family will be set to retire in style in their coastal forever home, which evolved from a dilapidated cottage into a beachside haven.
A petite holiday house that sits peacefully in a picturesque alpine ski town is a perfect place to escape from the maddening crowd for this family of five.
Sustainable design is a creative approach to design, aiming to reduce negative impacts on the environment and build a healthier, more comfortable environment for people in their homes.
Waking up to see the morning winter sun rise and stream through the rammed-earth wall slot window into our bedroom while watching kangaroos outside in the paddock is a joy.
This breathtaking beachside abode capitalises on its spectacular ocean views and provides a sophisticated yet laid-back lifestyle.
From a home without street access to the best house on an already impressive block, TDDP Architects and Lawson & Lovell Building Services have outdone themselves with this Sydney project
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Radiating style and luxury, this breathtaking home takes full advantage of its waterside location. This home can be achieved with a knockdown-rebuild
Offering the space and flexibility modern families want, this home is the perfect choice for a lifestyle upgrade.
O’Shea & Sons Builders recent Dalrymple residential project is a stunning example of luxury living.
A leafy bush backdrop sets the scene for a gorgeous geometric wet-edge pool in Sydney’s northern suburbs
Cedar House has a striking modern design, which is clearly evident from the street.
The modern design gives character to the home and creates a comfortable living environment for the family.
The sea is a vital part of Australia’s heritage and culture, and with such a vast coastline, the draw of the sea is inescapable for most Australians.