Australian House & Garden
Enhancing the relationship between indoors and out is the mantra of contemporary Australian architecture. It speaks to a desire to open up our homes, maximise light and air flow, and achieve an ease of living. Hard-wearing yet refined materials achieve a kick-your-shoes-off luxury.
1 A seamless link between the dining room and adjacent terrace was at the heart of this renovation by Studio Gestalt and Studio AEM; studiogestalt.com.au and studioaem.com.au.
2 Understated and elegant, this casual living space by Studio Gorman allows the view to shine. studiogorman.com. 3 Sliding glass panels ensure this home by Architecture Saville Isaacs revels in its sublime setting. architecturesavilleisaacs.com.au.
4 A city courtyard provides a leafy outlook and privacy: designed by The Unlisted Collective; theunlistedcollective.com. 5 With dual fireplaces to gather around, this indoor-outdoor room is a year-round success. It’s a collaboration by Tecture and Studio Petra. tecture.com.au and studiopetra.com.au. >