Ahead of this weekend’s Open House Perth, Ben G Morgan speaks to Carly Barrett and David Weir about the challenges faced by the city and the opportunities provided by this unique program.
Representing an impressive step forward in sustainable design thinking, Sandy Anghie and Matthew Crawford Architects’ House B responds thoughtfully to some of the biggest social and ecological problems we’re currently facing. Genevieve Muratore reports.
FINESPUN Architecture’s Mullalyup Weekender serves as a breathtaking reminder that our spaces should reflect the kind of change we’d like to see in our lives. David Conngram writes.
How is the A+D community responding to the ever-increasing rate of homelessness in this country? In this extended discussion, David Congram considers what ‘human-centred’ design means at its most fundamental core.
Luigi Rosselli Architects recently won a TERRA Award for The Great Wall of WA, an ambitious structure in the Pilbara region. Leanne Amodeo reports on the project’s award-winning form.
Western Australia maintains a unique relationship to the natural world across Australia. For a family of four on the Swan River, nature is not only beautiful but poetic too.
Minimal, slimline and dappled in sunlight, Craig Steere Architects take ContemporaryAU on a tour of their Gallery House: an elegant example of blurring the distinction between inside and outside.
MSG Architecture set themselves the unique challenge of creating a prototype of the quintessential Western Australian home.
A century old brick home in Claremont received a modern and breathtaking renovation inspired by Californian architecture, and the need to reconnect with the outdoors.
Located on a semi-rural property in the south-west of WA, this L-shaped abode takes full advantage of the surrounding vista.