Architecture Now - Projects

Reviews and images of architecture, interior, building and landscape projects from AGM Publishing.
  1. Telescopic vision: Annandale House

    This robust addition to a weatherboard cottage extends across its site, creating open, calm spaces in dense inner-Sydney.
  2. High performance

    Giltrap Group’s new Great North Road showroom is a gallery of automotive artistry.
  3. Series of pavilions: Sunrise Bay House

    Overlooking Ruby Island on Lake Wanaka, a young family’s holiday home features four gabled timber forms.
  4. Ruin in the landscape: Gibbon Street

    Imbued with an Italian influence, this worker’s cottage in Brisbane has been transformed into an imaginary “ruin”.
  5. Hot House: Brickface

    A backyard building in Melbourne revitalises the rear of a property and a suburban laneway.
  6. Outdoor shenanigans: Rocky House

    A generous site has been transformed by Base Architecture into a private park and a new home that takes from modernist cues.
  7. 2017's top 5 civic spaces

    From a small surf lifesaving club to a multi-layered station, these are the top 5 most viewed civic projects of 2017.
  8. Top 5 houses of 2017

    Houses feature consistently on ArchitectureNow's 'most read' list, but which particular ones caught your eye this year?
  9. Fine grain of detail: Mosman House

    This Sydney house balances generosity and intimacy with detailed craftsmanship and comfortable day-to-day living.
  10. Revisited: Choong House

    Built in 1985, this home by Biltmoderne in Melbourne presents a poetic integration of architecture, water and landscape.
  11. Breathing space: Simon James

    Simon James has opened a new concept store on Kent Street in Auckland’s Newmarket, designed to be an oasis of calm.
  12. The modern bach: Pourerere Beach House

    With modest materials and a simple, social layout, this Hawke’s Bay beach house fits with its original bach neighbours.
  13. La Belle Époque

    This Parisian apartment has been designed to be in harmony with the artistic and historic elements of its neighbourhood.
  14. In disguise: Balmoral House

    In this Sydney home, an artful sequence of layered spaces is contained within a building form that belies its size.
  15. In house: Space Studio

    Camille Khouri steps into the new offices of a growing design firm specialising in the hotel industry.