Field Labs completed the contemporary residential refit of an ex-ordinance store heritage building in the Castray Esplanade in Salamanca of Hobart.

Positioned to take full advantage of the Australian winter sun, hobbs jamieson architecture designed this Willoughby home with intention, both inside and out.

Dupont Blouin Architects drew from mid-century modern inspiration when converting a former triplex into a single family dwelling for a young family in Montreal.

The only home in the neighborhood without direct water views, The Up Studio was challenged to reorient this home to maximize its bay access in Sag Harbor, New York.

Tara Benet Design turned a multi-unit rental building into a single family home with five bedrooms, seven full bathrooms, two powder rooms, a playroom and an indoor pool in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York City.

Mitsuori Architects was tasked to transform and extend a conservative heritage home in inner suburban Melbourne into a dynamic space for a young family.

Atelier Riot worked closely with their clients to convert a tight and confined living space into an open and bright floor plan fit for a young family living in Toronto.

Yukawa‘s lead architect designed their own Osaka residence with a circulating margin that encourages a response to the environment on the site where the driveway and the field are adjacent.

Straying away from the typical characteristics of a public housing project, Cumulus Studio delivered 25 apartments filled with natural light, ventilation and generous outdoor space in Tasmania.

Clarisa Llaneza Studio and Kidd Studio collaborated to put form and function at the centre of this executive condo in Toronto’s Yorkville neighbourhood.

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