With April behind us, let’s take a look at the top 10 stories covered throughout the month. Click on the title to read the full story, and let us know which ones were your favourites – or what else we should have covered.
The recent news of Brad Pitt dating MIT professor and TED-talking famous architect Neri Oxman came as a surprise to some, although to be fair, there are many very famous people who are also architects themselves.
Like in any other profession, architects are human, and they don’t always get it right.
This home on the NSW South Coast has a linear interior that opens completely to the horizon, with rooms that "hear and feel" the ocean.
Clean lines and modern design make way for nature views in Highton House.
Set within picturesque Middle Park, this existing double-fronted weatherboard house was transformed into a two-storey, four-bedroom family home.
Brisbane empty nesters Peter and Jacquelyn sought an affordable new home with plenty of room to accommodate their grandchildren, as well as Peter’s honey manufacturing business.
This property has received a sustainable transformation with timber cladding and other upgrades to bring it up to modern design standards.
Indoor-outdoor living is taken to another level in Brass House, which boasts an outdoor living room and native bushland setting.
This building is conceptually a citadel on the hill, protecting the people of the area.
Zen Architects’ Light Saw House cleverly juxtaposes a diverse palette of materials in a geometric design that creates an effortless sense of peace and tranquillity.