This week in our Built Design section we go inside to feature highlights from the prestigious 2014 Interior Residential Design Awards.
WA, CASA31_4 Room House by Design Practices Caroline Di Costa Architect and iredale pedersen hook architects made the short list. design-estate revealed this phenomenal house in Issue 2. Click here to revisit.
This is the first of two parts as we reveal our favourites designs.
Practice: Adrian Amore Architects. Photography: Fraser Marsden.
The winner in this category was the above Loft Apartment in West Melbourne by Design
This work of art warehouse conversion produces a unique and subtle outcome.
The use of light, soft and hard finishes that is layered and sculptural make this truly a dramatic and breathtaking place.
Design Practice: Edwards Moore. Photography: Fraser Marsden.
The aim, to increase the quality and scale of the living spaces within, improve the connectivity to the external/outlook and add natural light, while maintaining privacy in an inner urban locale.
Design Practice: Tribe Studio Architects. Photography: Katherine Lu.
A rich and complex interior is the outcome by the use of simple geometries. It responds to its suburban context through repetition whilst still surprising you.
Design Practice: Clare Cousins Architects. Photography: Lisbeth Grosmann.
Featured in a heritage-listed building in Melbourne’s CBD, demonstrates inner-city living and functional family homes need not be mutually exclusive. A small space and modest budget were maximised by a creative composition of common materials.
Behind this old Edwardian home reveals an unexpected contemporary and timeless interior. The clients brief: simplicity of layout, subtlety of light, use of honest materials, clean lines and well-executed details.
Design Practice: Andrew Maynard Architects. Photography: Fraser Marsden.
A radical transformation in how this client lives within their apartment, due to a new baby, plus not wanting to retire to the outer suburbs was the premise behind this two storey apartment conversion into a new family friendly home.
Design Practice: Breathe Architecture. Photography: Andrew Wuttke.
An elegant, flexible home. Through screens spaces are transformed from large to intimate, directing different views and channeling breezes. Folding/unfolding Stonewood reveals a different story with every configuration. The result an effortless, modest and spacious.
Design Practice: HASSELL Photography: Earl Carter.
Spectacular views this Point King residence nestles into the landscapr. Using limestone excavated from the site, Point King is dedicated to informal living in keeping with its peninsula setting.