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Palm Beach Project by Alexander &CO

Palm Beach House designed by Alexander &CO. is the transformation of an existing waterfront holiday villa in Palm Beach, Sydney. The project is a restrained approach to a traditional European vernacular, exploring bespoke quality detailing, materiality and architectural framing. Photography by Felix Forest

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Villa Saachi by Saachi

Villa Saachi designed by Saachi has a steel bridge that divides 2 living volumes. The bottom section, encompasses a 500 year old frangipani tree and comprises the entire social area and cinema while the upper section enfolds the suites. With a panoramic view of rice fields, the combination of textured concrete walls, polished cement floors, and aluminum glass sliding doors make Villa Saachi an architectural masterpiece.

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Canterbury Studio by McGann Architects

The Canterbury Studio designed by McGann Architects is located at the rear of a family home in Middle Park, Melbourne. Built as an addition to the existing garage on ground level, the proposed studio consists of a guest bedroom with bathroom on the ground floor, and an open studio/entertainment area with a full kitchen on the first floor. A native garden and pool area separate the family home from the rear studio.

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Oak Hill Modern 2 by rootARCH

Oak Hill Modern #2 is the second in a series of modern home ranch conversions designed and built by rootARCH, The first in the series was a private residence for the Architect located close by on a neighboring block. Photography by Garret Buell

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Brodecky House by Atlas Architects

This new double story residence designed by Atlas Architects is designed for accessibility on the ground floor and amplifying the living zone on a narrow lot size. The planning is spatially efficient to accommodate the restrictive site conditions and controls while maximising the dwellings amenity. Photography by Tess Kelly

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Villa Cinquecento by Napur Architects

Villa Cinquecento is a project designed by Napur Architects. In its lifetime, Villa Cinquecento has been through the hands of three different owners and went through many visions of transformation by various architects – a situation which is difficult to handle on its own when tackling a new design challenge. Therefore, when Napur Architects were tasked to redesign the multi-residential building, it was inevitable throughout the whole process that the participating architects and the new customers would need to collaborate through open, transparent communication to achieve a high-quality result. Photography by Tam├ís Bujnovszky

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Avoca Weekender by Architecture Saville Isaacs

A casual holiday home along the Australian coast by Architecture Saville Isaacs. A place where extended family and friends from afar can gather to create new memories. Robust enough for hordes of children, yet with an element of luxury for the adults.
Referencing the unique position between sea and the Australian bush, by means of textures, textiles, materials, colours and smells, to evoke a timeless connection to place, intrinsic to the memories of family holidays. Photography by Kata Bayer

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The Ibiza Campo Loft

The Ibiza Campo Loft is a total transformation from an old abandoned warehouse to a dreamy loft on the island of Ibiza designed by Jurjen van Hulzen of the Nieuw and Ibiza Interiors. Photography by On A Hazy Morning

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Vodka Palace by MARCUS BROWNE architect

Vodka Palace is a project designed by MARCUS BROWNE architect. Hidden in an affluent coastal suburb is ‘Vodka Palace’ a luxurious concrete cave, tempered with natural timber finishes and primed for premium culinary, audio and visual pleasure. It is the result of a very strong collaborative process between client, architect, builder, sub-consultants, sub-contractors and suppliers. Photography by Dion Robeson.

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Spotted Gum Tree House by Merrylees Architecture

Spotted Gum Tree House was designed by Merrylees Architecture from day one around the enormous spotted gum occupying the back yard of the property. The tree can be seen from the surrounding neighbourhood and connects the site to the Bayside botanical gardens located nearby so was deemed an important feature to retain and protect. Photography by Tom Ross.

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