With May 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.
Let's take a look at some of the world's "weirdest" architecture.
North Avoca Studio sits cantilevered on a hill, seeming to float above lush greenery and ocean views.
Six design teams from Woods Bagot’s Melbourne studio are competing in an internal ideas and design competition to reimagine the “cookie cutter” homes of housing estates.
Perched on the eastern spur of Linden in the lower Blue Mountains, sat a project home partially completed in 2003. The new owners, a young couple, decided after suffering through several cold winters that it was time to renovate the house into a thermally comfortable family home.
This untraditional house in Melbourne features a narrow design, passive solar techniques and lush garden views.
Designed for an Australian expatriate family, G'day House explores Australian design elements in a Canadian context.
A Stanmore terrace house was transformed from a run-down drug den to a contemporary, light-filled and sustainable family home.
A couple has created a Kaufmann House-inspired design using a map-based modular design system by mishack.
A Californian bungalow in Melbourne has received a contemporary renovation and light-filled extension.
Tucks Ridge House is a modern rural dwelling of modest scope and elegant simplicity, with a profound relationship to the landscape.