Let’s take a look at some of the most popular architecture and design articles in February.
1. Seven of the best Sydney Opera House designs that were rejected
Architect JÃ¸rn Utzon’s range of concrete shells is so far-fetched that we couldn’t help but wonder what some of the other 222 entries in the competition might have looked like. So we found seven of the best and brought them to life in a series of renderings.
2. Renovate a 1960s home for indoor and outdoor living
Bent Annexe is the renovation and extension of a 1960s house to create a bright family home suitable for indoor and outdoor living.
3. A striking modular home built to last
This modular home is a sophisticated and functional family home that took only 18 weeks to complete.
4. Houses with personalities: the introvert and the extrovert
These houses have been designed to reflect the human personality traits of introversion (inner-centered and reserved) and extraversion (outward-centered and social).
5. Spectacular views in a minimalist cantilever house
This minimalist, rectangular modular home sits cantilevered on a ridge in Portsea, Victoria.
6. A house of the greatest luxury and refinement
This home in the affluent Melbourne suburb of Toorak is a home of the utmost luxury and sophistication, designed to exceptional standards of well-being.
7. Is this the first âQueenslanderâ apartment building?
The Brisbane architectural firm ^ proberts has reinvented the traditional Queenslander for contemporary high-rise apartment living.
8. Down-to-earth extension of a 1900s bungalow
The addition of adobe elevates this Federation era bungalow on Sydney’s high north coast.
9. Design a fireproof coastal escape
This wood-clad vacation home acts as a coastal getaway with strong protection from the elements.
10. Reinvent a home for adaptable living and passive design
This project consisted of expanding the living area and studying in the garden to provide a better outdoor connection and increase natural light.