1. Design Magic in Maroubra

    Contemporary design magic in Maroubra

    A project by architect Mark Wilson of Danette Architecture, along with builder MAG Constructions, this stunning four-bedroom, semi-detached property in Sydney’s beachside suburb of Maroubra was designed to not only be light and spacious, but also reflect the character of the local area and mimic the modern aesthetics of the neighbouring semi-detached dwelling Danette Architecture was also involved in.

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  2. Pitch Dark - Embrace The Dark Side

    There’s no doubt that it takes real courage to use dark colours inside the home. They aren’t for the faint hearted but when used well, they have the ability to completely transform a space. So take a deep breath, and embrace the dark side with the atmospheric, dramatic shades in our Pitch Dark palette.

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  3. Whittlesea Home

    Stunning country residence offers contemporary style

    Surrounded by the natural beauty of the Australian bush and set amongst the rolling hills of Whittlesea, Victoria – this stunning country property is a modern retreat designed and built by premium builder, Comdain Homes. 

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  4. Hawthorn House

    Someone once said, “It takes hands to build a house, but only hearts can build a home” a fitting quote to describe this elegant family home designed by Kel Greenway of GHP Architects for his daughter and her young family.

    There is something about children and sunshine that brings happiness to a space, certainly the case for this stylish hawthorn project. The brief for the project was simple - lots of light and extremely liable, and this home delivers.

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  5. Batman House

    A floating oasis in the green heart of Launceston

    The brief was relatively clear-cut: design a home in which the clients could see their young children from every angle. From that small seed of inspiration, Mike Cleaver of Clever Designs created a unique family home that not only met the requirements but challenged what was even thought possible.

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  6. Driftwood Close

    Ahoy! Is it a boat? Is it a ship? No, it’s a house!

    Situated on the canal’s edge in Paynesville Victoria and on the Gippsland lakes, the largest inland network of waterways in Australia, stands a spectacular home, Driftwood Close.

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  7. Church House

    Breathing new life into the property while remaining sympathetic to its history, beauty and character

    When builder, Glen Williams, first saw the heritage-listed Anglican Church of Transfiguration in Norman Park, Brisbane, he was determined to purchase it, save it from slow neglect — and call it home.

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  8. Carpenter House

    Windows By Design recessed window frames into the floor and ceiling to maximise space

    Carpenter House was originally a traditional weatherboard bungalow located on a busy road in Brighton, Victoria. Lindsay Douglas of Dig Design said, ‘The biggest challenge was creating something that was very modern, tying it in with something that was Edwardian, working within the neighbourhood context; but they became the assets to the building too.’

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  9. Bundaroo Street

    with a rich palette of materials, exquisite interior styling and the most energy efficient products on the market

    A heritage listed house within the Bowral conservation area that used to be a B&B is nestled behind a rhododendron tree. An extension to the back of the cottage, that cannot be seen from the front of the home, has an industrial chic feel which makes for a superb contrast to the original front section of the home.

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  10. Banks Street

    a contemporary home understated in its expression, rich in materiality with internal and external spaces connected to the landscaped site in its entirety

    A contemporary home understated in its expression, rich in materiality with internal and external spaces connected to the landscaped site in its entirety.

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