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Houses Issue 136 October 2020

For the architect, designer, home owner, home builder or anyone simply interested in the best residential design, every issue of Houses tells the story of inspirational homes, their surrounds and the products that complete them. Through generous pictorial coverage from leading photographers, floor plans and lists of selected products, you share the delight of each home presented. You’ll also meet some of the creative people who designed them and keep up with the latest design trends and issues. Be inspired!

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While separated by distance and designing in response to the myriad places we dwell in, Australian architects and designers are reimagining our homes with a shared, tangible thread that transcends boundaries. From weighty east coast havens like Highgate Park House by Vokes and Peters (cover, page 26) to the clever and cost-effective precast concrete North Perth House by Nic Brunsdon (page 34), as far south as Hobart and as north as Minjerribah, the homes in this issue display a shared sensibility – a palpable joy both in the making and the expression of a creative architectural venture. This sense of generosity, eclecticism and vitality is embodied in the built fabric of our cities and suburbs, and it’s here we can truly feel the collective exuberance that results from creating spaces imbued with…

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Tom Ross Photographer Tom Ross is a photographer from coastal Victoria with a studio in Melbourne. Trained at the Victorian College of the Arts, and Massachusetts College of Art, he works with architects and storytellers, and has been published internationally. Sing d’Arcy Writer Sing d’Arcy is a senior lecturer in the interior architecture program at the University of New South Wales. Sing has published in the areas of architectural and design history, and the history of Sydney interiors. Hayley Curnow Writer Hayley is a Melbourne-based interior designer and writer with a contemplative approach to architecture and design. She has a background in academia, interiors, exhibition and installation design and is a contributor to a range of design publications. Adam Gibson Photographer Adam combines careful composition with light-footed spontaneity to uncover the human truth through photography. His work reflects a life spent…

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fresh finds

A chair fashioned entirely from recycled materials, soft rose-hued lighting and playfully innovative wares for your home office – these are products to bring about daily moments of joy. Find more residential products: selector.com and productnews.com.au 01 Magis Bell chair Designed by Konstantin Grcic for Magis, the stackable Bell chair is made from recycled polypropylene obtained from the waste generated by Magis’s own furniture production and the local car industry. It is available in three versatile colours, including ‘Sunrise’ (pictured). bell-chair.com 02 Absolutegloss cabinetry panels Laminex has launched a new range of cabinetry panels that offer a durable yet luxurious high-gloss finish. The Absolutegloss panels are available in a selection of six contemporary neutral hues, from ‘Polar White’ (pictured) through to ‘Black’ and ‘Oyster Grey.’ laminex.com.au 03 Sengu modular sofa The Sengu sofa, designed by architect Patricia…

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bring the inside out

An ethereal moon-like lamp, chairs inspired by the French Riviera and sculptural fireplaces – this suite of outdoor products beckons us outside to bask in the welcome warmth that comes with spring. Find more residential products: selector.com and productnews.com.au 01 Cesta outdoor floor cushions Available in a range of natural hues, including ‘Sea’ and ‘Smoke,’ the Cesta outdoor floor cushions from Sien and Co are made from Sunbrella performance fabric, making them durable, “wine-proof” and worry-free – the ideal accompaniment to an outdoor setting. sienandco.com 02 Rambler 84 picnic table Merging architectural forms with industrial craft, the Rambler 84 picnic table by Philadelphia-based design studio Shiftspace is a modern interpretation of the classic tables that dot parklands. It offers an intimate yet informal place to unwind and share a meal. shiftmakes.com 03 ASH NYC Pillow Chair The…

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highgate park house by vokes and peters

For many homeowners, the decision to engage an architect is accompanied by a desire to create a sense of belonging in the house they inhabit. To make a house a home is a personal endeavour. Be it in the physical making of the place or the types of spaces required by the occupants, creating a place of one’s own draws on history, family relationships and interactions with neighbours. Highgate Park House, located in an inner Brisbane suburb, is a house for a young family of four. The couple’s childhood roots in the area drew them back to establish their own home. They purchased a run-down cottage, a four-room timber building that had been severely disfigured by a mid-century-era renovation whereby the original roof form, verandah and nearly all of the house’s…

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Roofing: Lysaght Custom Orb corrugated roofing in Zincalume steel External walls: Brick in Dulux ‘Whisper White’ paint finish; timber in Dulux ‘Dark Door’ paint finish Internal walls: Walls in Dulux ‘Whisper White’ and ‘Dark Door’ paint finishes Doors and windows: Dulux ‘Whisper White’ and ‘Dark Door’ paint finishes; Skydome skylight Flooring: Blackbutt timber strip flooring; Eco Outdoor Crazy Paving in ‘Porphyry’ and ‘Endicott’ Lighting: George Nelson Bubble Pear pendant; Serge Mouille Antony wall lights; Artemide Dioscuri wall lights; Arteriors Home Jed pendant Kitchen: Artedomus Marmi Taxos porcelain benchtops; SNB Stone Ciel Blanc natural stone; 2-pac joinery fronts in Dulux ‘Dark Door’; Gessi Oxygene gooseneck sink mixer Bathroom: Parisi Twinset 425 basin; Roca Inspira Round Vessel basin from Reece; Caroma Luna Wall-faced toilet suite; Astra Walker Icon tapware; Complete Tiles glazed ceramic wall tiles; Winkelmans black wall tiles External…