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Almost familiar
Neighbouring townhouses play down their mass and play up their individuality

California Dreaming
A concrete pathway follows an axis up to the front door and through the heart of the home in this design by architect Matt Brew.

Commercial Design Trends / Embracing Design
Traditional workplace models are challenged by this new commercial building in Sydney’s Darling Quarter.

Commercial Design Trends / New Benchmark
Doubling the size of the Australian Institute of Management WA’s training centre provided an opportunity for the institute to walk the talk for sustainability.

Community Design Trends / A Welcoming Face
Providing a performance, social and administrative hub for diverse cultures, the Queensland Multicultural Centre extends an open invitation to visitors.

Eastern Promise
Stepped terracotta tile roofs, including two pop up lantern roofs give the impression of a whole eastern village.

Entertainers delight
This resort-style landscape is enhanced by a series of pools with cascading weirs, a tennis court and a pavilion with an outdoor kitchen

Fever Pitch
Over 1300 tonnes of steel was used in the roof shells. The bio-frame design uses 50% less steel than a typical cantilever structure.

Fifties finesse
This project echoes famous architectural high notes – with rich tones and a relaxed feel

Fresh angle
Built in the same materials, and with similar forms, adjacent townhouses can provide the ultimate reciprocal environment

Home by the sea
Sheltered from the sea breezes and southwesterly storms, this solid concrete and brick house embraces modern family life.

Light on the landscape
This contemporary residence mitigates its substantial presence with a lighter-than-air aesthetic

New Home Trends / Natural affinity
This residence combines an eco-friendly makeup with a welcoming ambience

Panoramic View
Creating a sense of separation between public andprivate in an apartment takes a practised hand

Permanent Mooring
Maritime references helped to determine both the form and flow of the signature headquarters for the Port of Brisbane

Renovation Trends / Climate of change
These reinvented apartments are in tune with both the times and the scenic exposed environment - council guidelines were also an influence.

Renovation Trends / Time traveller
Forsaking the original character cottage architecture, this design team created a more open contemporary home.

Renovation Trends/ Outside the square
Most renovation projects improve on what went before, but few create a house that is totally unrecognisable

Residential Design Trends / Up the Garden...
Both the materials and the detailing of this new house reference the architectural vernacular of the older, established suburb.

Residential Design Trends / Broad Outlook
No matter how large the residence, its design will likely be influenced by the environment.

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