Two Angle House by Megowan Architectural

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Location: Mount Eliza, Victoria, Australia
Year: 2018



Architects: Megowan Architectural
Builder: Kabsav Projects
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This new residence in Mt. Eliza responds carefully to its remarkable corner site. In addition to following the contours of the land, the living and master bedroom pavilions angle off the street grid to frame the prioritized ocean views to the north and west as well as orient the primary spaces of the home to maximize the sun.

The front of the home is accessed via a cascading steel canopy covered pathway into a seemingly modest single storey home. Upon entering however, the grand scale of the residence is revealed. A truly impressive master suite has a north and east facing balcony which will allows the clients to both wake up with the morning sun and maximize the view corridor down Kunyung Road to clearly highlight the striking Melbourne skyline across Port Phillip Bay. The light flooded main entry “spine” leads to a double height void containing a floating staircase to the second living area below. The spine and stair intentionally culminate and focus the eye into a two storey window wall which greets guests with spectacular framed views across the bay.

Adding to the visual extension and feeling of space which is apparent upon entry, the stepped down open living, dining and kitchen area is just beyond the double height void. Finally, a shaded west facing deck, extends off the living area above the pool towards the sun’s final dramatic destination over the faint silhouette of the Mornington Peninsula National Park in the distance.

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Megowan Architectural


For over a decade, Christopher Megowan, director of M – A, has passionately dedicated himself to the study, teaching and practice of Architecture, design and development. Christopher earned a Bachelor of Architecture (5 Year professional degree) from the University of Southern California in 2008 where he received numerous honours, scholarships, grants and awards. Acting as owner, designer, and developer, he completed his first built work prior to graduating University. Since then, he has been involved in projects ranging from bar & cafe fitouts to single family homes & 50 unit mixed use developments. Prior to starting M – A, Christopher cut his teeth working for award winning Architecture practices in Los Angeles, London, and Melbourne. Christopher has taught multiple design and construction studios at the University of Melbourne and Monash University at both undergraduate and graduate levels as well as served as a guest critic in Architecture for several different courses.


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MEGOWAN ARCHITECTURAL
1/762B HAWTHORN ROAD,
BRIGHTON EAST, VIC 3187
T: 03 8525 1511
E: CHRISTOPHER@M-A.COM.AU

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Whitehall Road Residence | B.E Architecture

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Location: Flinders, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Size: 740 ft2

Year: 2014



Architects: B.E Architecture
Photography: © Peter Clarke



Located in Flinders on the Mornington Peninsula, Whitehall Road is one of B.E Architecture’s established projects that has recently been revisited to capture current imagery.

The house at Whitehall Road is positioned at the crest of a hill, to take advantage of the sweeping views of the surrounding landscape. A grove of mature gum trees inform the location of the house; their tall and slender trunks countering the low horizontality of the building and providing shade to the pool and deck areas. The overriding gesture of the building is the massive drystone wall running the full length of the house. It is cut into the earth, at once anchoring the house and countering the exposure of the site.

Orientated to follow the drystone wall, the house is a series of rectilinear pavilions. Downplaying the scale of the five bedroom house, the pavilions allow for a variety of outdoor, indoor and interstitial spaces. The character of the interstitial spaces is further emphasised through the use of fully retractable glazing and delicate cane screening.

Stone, timber, glass and render are the predominant materials. The heaviness and solidity of the stone and the scale of the timber sections provide a strong contrast to the large expanses of glass which feature throughout. Sightlines are carefully coordinated with the glazing in a sequenced revealing of the vast landscape.

B.E Architecture


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Led by directors Broderick Ely, Jonathon Boucher And Andrew Piva, the B.E architecture team is young, dynamic and multicultural, with a range of personal interests and specialities.

Members of the firm work closely with their clients, builders and individual contractors to ensure that the building expresses the client it was built for and everything needed is in its place. The designs are quiet, yet strong creating a response that is appropriate to its surroundings with attention to materiality that ensures projects will continue to improve over the passage of time.

With more than 20 years of practice, B.E architecture has built a body of work in various locations around Australia, with international commissions currently under development.

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16 Cecil Place
Prahran VIC 3181
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+613 9529 6433

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Oreo House by Taylor Pressly Architects

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Location: Toorak, Victoria, Australia

Year: 2017



Interior Design: Taylor Pressly Architects

House Design: CLP Architecture

Photography: © Tom Blachford


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Taylor Pressly Architects


Phone: (03) 9529 5558

Mobile: +61 414 220 826

Email: info@taylorpressly.com.au

Office: 17 / 165 Greville Street, Prahran 3181


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South Yarra Project by Studio Lancini

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Location: South Yarra, Victoria, Australia

Year: 2018



Interior Design: Studio Lancini

Photography: © Peter Clarke


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Studio Lancini


Erika Lancini Design is an Interior Design Service having 20 years experience in design within the residential, commercial and retail sectors.

For more information, visit the Studio Lancini website


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Studio Lancini

129 Gardenvale Road – Gardenvale

Melbourne – Victoria 3185, Australia

 erika@studiolancini.com.au
T 0405-811-807


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Brighton Bunker by Dan Gayfer Design

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Location: Brighton, Victoria, Australia

Year: 2016



Architects: Dan Gayfer Design

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A bar fridge, recessed into the rear wall of the bunker, combines with upholstered seating, planter and TV to create a highly functional pool side haven.

The rear area of this residence did not meet the requirements of a highly active family. With foresight in mind, the area was reconfigured to provide amenities for four children, parents and friends.

An existing outdoor living space was extended to include a honed masonry fireplace, AV hub and portable lounge. A timber landing separates the spa and lap pool, the pool widening at one end to provide a deeper diving area. A plywood clad bunker at the end of the pool is orientated back towards the house; lounges, planter and recessed bar fridge all provide a pool side haven for children and adults. A powder room at the rear of the bunker and an adjacent recreation terrace further contribute to a flexible and functional project.

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Dan Gayfer Design


Dan Gayfer is the founder and creative influence behind Dan Gayfer Design. After completing a Bachelor of Design at RMIT in 2005 (Hons 1), Dan pursued his dream to create a studio that integrated building, interior and exterior design – a business that today also extends to project coordination.

Since the inception of Dan Gayfer Design in 2011, Dan has consistently delivered intelligent spatial outcomes for his clients that boast responsive design and visually pleasing form. He actively pursues the marriage of aesthetic and spatial function when he designs, and this is evident in the graceful flow of his lifestyle enabling creations.

Dan Gayfer Design brings functionality and considered innovation into residential spaces. The studio embraces a collaborative approach to design, where the lifestyle needs of every client are identified and prioritised to result in outstanding and customised living spaces.


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Dan Gayfer Design

3 Nicholson Street
Brunswick East VIC 3057
Australia

+61 (0) 411 159 380
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Limerick House by Solomon Troup Architects

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Location: Eganstown, Victoria, Australia
Area: 195 m2
Year: 2017



Architects: Solomon Troup Architects
Lead Architects: Lachlan Troup, Beth Solomon
Builder: Arc Design & Build
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Limerick House is a modest addition to an existing dwelling on a rural Victorian property. The new addition orientates the home towards the expansive country hillside views, providing a connection to its surrounds not evident in the existing dwelling.

The form of the addition was inspired by the dilapidated timber shearing sheds that inhabit the local area.

The exterior of the addition is clad entirely in spotted gum decking boards, stained black to enhance the resemblance the materiality of the dilapidated shearing sheds. The aging of the timber as it silvers off will further enhance this resemblance.

Silvertop ash lining boards were used extensively internally to contrast the dark, timber clad exterior, and to encourage the traditional notion of a warm winter weekend cabin.

The gabled form of the addition responds to the existing pitched roofs of the existing house. The new addition has the same dimensions and shape as the existing three railway cottages used to build the existing house, but is sloped on the eastern boundary to create a doorway, used to link the house to another existing house on the property.

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Led by a strong contemporary design sensibility, Melbourne-based Solomon Troup Architects are an emerging architectural practice with an unwavering commitment to creating contemporary and timeless residential homes and commercial spaces. more


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4 Gray Street
Brunswick, Victoria 3056
Australia

Ph 0418 135 093


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Sorrento House by Figureground Architecture

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Location: Sorrento, Victoria, Australia

Area: 190 m2

Year: 2017


 


Awards

2017
Victorian Architecture Awards
John & Phyllis Murphy Award for Residential Architecture (Alterations & Additions)



Lead Architect: Matt Rawlins
Builder: PM Versteegen and Sons Pty Ltd
Engineer: Maurice Farrugia & Associates Pty. Ltd.
Photography: © Derek Swalwell



A 1980s beach house is given a new lease on life with the addition of a playroom, first floor deck and expanded living spaces. The original split-face block base is kept and the new program is grafted on, greatly enhancing orientation and functionality.

Figureground Architecture


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Figureground Architecture


Figureground Architecture is a Melbourne based architectural studio established in 2011.

Since its recent inception Figureground has developed a reputation as a leader in innovative hospitality design, gaining awards for early projects such as Pope Joan Bar and Industry Beans Café and Roastery.


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Studio 1, Level 1, 156 George St Fitzroy Victoria 3065

+61 3 9015 8631

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Core House by Taylor Pressly Architects

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Location: Brighton East, Victoria, Australia

Year: 2017


Architects: Taylor Pressly Architects

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Phone: (03) 9529 5558

Mobile: +61 414 220 826

Email: info@taylorpressly.com.au

Office: 17 / 165 Greville Street, Prahran 3181


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Holroyd Court by Foomann Architects

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Location: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Area: 400 m2
Year: 2017



Architects: Foomann Architects
Builder: Quadro Constructions
Landscape: Mud-Office
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Photography Styliste: Esme Parker



An existing interwar duplex on a sloping site was the foundation of this challenging conversion project.

The two units had complex floor plans over three levels, including a detached basement. The interior was adapted primarily through the demolition of dividing walls and floors. The basement garage was connected through a new staircase and repurposed as the kids’ play area.

The solidity of the original building was respected through curved details and materials designed to emphasise mass. A new central void above the entry creates drama and provides a visual clarity to the arrangement of spaces.

The building’s steep elevation provided excellent views but created a disconnection with the outdoors. A key gesture was burying the old garage doors behind a grassy hill to connect the main living space to the garden and swimming pool.

The result is a home that’s open and connected; an entertainer where young kids and pets can run wild.

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Jo Foong and Jamie Sormann

Jo Foong and Jamie Sormann established Foomann in 2008. learn more


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Foomann Architects

Office
L2/309 Little Collins Street
Melbourne VIC 3000

Phone
+61 408 546 470

Email
info@foomann.com.au


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Parkside Beach House by Cera Stribley Architects

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Location: Sorrento, Victoria, Australia
Area: 300 m2
Year: 2017



Architects: Cera Stribley Architects
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Taking inspiration from the iconic Mornington bathing boxes, Parkside Beach House features concrete, timber and brick throughout the building. The property is ideal for multi-family use and balances open and spacious communal areas with the privacy of secluded retreats.

This holiday home is designed to accommodate multiple families and guests simultaneously, creating the need for both insulated, private spheres as well as functional and welcoming communal areas. With apartment-like spaces, private entry points and a kitchenette independent of the main living/kitchen area, Parkside fits this brief perfectly.

WIth the dramatic juxtaposition of the timber batten cladding and block work of the carport area, the exterior of the property is a playful take on the classic Mornington bathing box form. The open nature of the structure is enhanced by the expansive windows framing the main living space. Parkside is a contemporary take on the classic beach house, offering the luxuries of crisp detailing and curated interiors, as well as meeting the practical needs of functional and versatile spaces.

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Cera Stribley Architects is a design focused architecture studio with an intent on creating meaningful relationships through its work. more


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tess + jj’s house by po-co Architecture

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Location: South Yarra, Victoria, Australia

Size: 117 m2

Year: 2017


Awards

Architeam Awards 2017 – Winner (Residential New)

2018 Houses Awards – Commendation (New house under 200sqm)



Architects: po-co Architecture

Builder: Build2

Photography: © Tatjana Plitt


Appearing single storey from the street frontage with respect for its neighbours, this new double storey home makes the most of a tight and restrictive site. Expansive and light filled entertaining areas are surrounded by courtyards which help to define the open plan spaces.

po-co Architecture


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tess + jj's house by po-co architecture 07
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po-co Architecture is a design practice established in 2012, based in Melbourne.

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