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RESIDENTIAL SINGLE

01 1906

D – Amber Road

P – Felix Forest

A former concrete shell was radically transformed from a one-bedroom 80-square metre apartment into a two-bedroom/two bath, pimping penthouse housing an enviable art collection. This highly resolved design outcome ensures each room and object serves multiple functions while uncompromisingly fusing raw with refined.

02 Albert Park residence

D – Kestie Lane Studio

P – Peter Clarke

A modern and timeless home has been designed to suit a young family. Melding softness and elegance with layered finishes and textiles, the design language is explored through warm timber finishes, soft polished concrete and crafted stone, punctuated by blackened steel reveals, arches and bespoke design elements.

03 Amarelo terrace

D – Arent&Pyke

P – Felix Forest

Having worked with the client on this house for years, the design team was aware that the brief requires there never to be a finish line. Instead, as the family’s needs evolve, the home has been rethought to suit. Beautiful spaces, surprising moments and a magnificent wallpapered kitchen make this project perfect for the family now.

04 Andubh house

D – MCK Architects

P – Willem Rethmeier

Andubh (Gaelic for ‘the black’) is a contemporary yet modest home perched on the harbour-facing hillside within the eclectic Heritage area of Greenwich. Delivering a strong conceptual dialogue between positive and negative space, the design challenges the notion that an interior is defined by walls.

05 Armadale residence

D – Rob Mills Architecture & Interiors

P – Mark Roper

A former industrial building has been transformed into a highly refined, generous

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