Balfe Park Lane: Kerstin Thompson Architects

Considered across the scales of the neighbourhood, building and apartment, Kerstin Thompson Architects’ recently completed Balfe Park Lane is a demonstration of medium-density housing that is contextual, amenable and lasting. The project lies on a rapidly densifying section of Nicholson Street, where the facades of new developments jostle for attention above nondescript ground floors.

Napier Street for Milieu: Freadman White

Freadman White’s simultaneous development of Napier Street and Whitlam Place harnessed unique efficiencies and resulted in a highly efficient model for project delivery.

RZB House: Carrier and Postmus Architects

Sustainability was central in this unique collaboration between architect and client, with the owners keen to create a home offering year-round comfort without air-conditioning and to supplement electrical power with photovoltaic panels.

Calk House: Mani Architecture

Putting strong relationships with their clients at the forefront, and remaining bonded with their projects after completion, the Mani Architecture team are “reminded on how we have changed our clients’ lives for the best”.

Megalong House: MDC Architects

This alteration and addition project by Matt Delroy-Carr is a great example of how clever architecture can achieve significant improvements to spatial quality through relatively minor interventions – with a modest budget.

Marina East Apartments: Hames Sharley

The Marina East apartments by Hames Sharley are not just on the waterfront, but bound by water on three sides. The unique design, comprised of three individual buildings, responds to this rare site.

Richmond House: Therefore

Director Alex Lake shares how Therefore has spring boarded into residential architecture from a prior base of commercial work – “an atypical direction given most small practices begin with residential work”. 

Garden House: spaceagency

Impeccably renovated by Fremantle architecture practice spaceagency, North Fremantle’s Garden House is a purposeful arrangement of spaces creating a playful and textured home with a strong focus on the outdoors.

Glyde Street: MJA Studio

An ode to the harmony of individual and collective life, Glyde Street promotes an understated and sustainable yet comfortable way of living. The project challenges preconceptions about multi-residential housing in the diverse built landscape of the locale and suggests a contemporary rethink of the future of the typology in Mosman Park, WA.

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