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Entries in Australia (1375)


A light box for living

The brief was simple "In a leafy family-oriented part of the inner-west, to replace a fibro cottage with a stylish roomy new family home, that maximises the benefits of the northern aspect, is full of natural light, can breathe naturally and adapt to the needs of a young active family." The solution is simply stunning. House C3 by Campbell Architecture.

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Stalking leftovers

Hello my name is Jo and I'm a real estate addict. I stalk listings hoping to find the perfect property I can't afford anyway. Oh well a girl can dream. There is one problem though. I'm fussy. Not quite right, love the bones but ditch the furniture, bad photos, I need more photos please! Can't quite put my finger on it listings with something that has me nodding "yes". This week I've found my usual terrace house renovations and extensions, a rambling Queenslander, a house with a clock tower and a disturbing trend of hip young things caught on film. Click on the photos to go to the listings. All via


Breeze Block

This redesign of a post-war brick house by Sydney-based Architect Prineas has created an open plan contemporary living space while still retaining the charm of the original. The hero of the place? The breeze blocks. A striking and stylish retro pattern repeat. Love!

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Stalking something a little more classic

Classic and contemporary that is. I'm stalking the stylish inner Sydney suburb of Woollahra and this 19th century terrace house has beautiful bones, luxury finishes, a charming small garden and a fabulous art collection. Traditional and modern. The best of both worlds. Link here while it lasts.

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The Pigeon Shed

What was once a derelict warehouse so full of bird droppings it was nicknamed the Pigeon Shed is now a stunning, contemporary home by Sydney architects and interior designers Marsh Cashman Koolloos. Levels of luxury and style in an historic industrial shell.

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