The Main Ridge House continues Noxon Giffen’s exploration of rural house typologies. The house comprises of four bedrooms, open plan kitchen/dining/living spaces, and a separate Garage structure.
Shannon McGrath has been photographing architecture and interior design works for 15 years. She is commissioned by pre-eminent architects and designers around Australia for her ability to get under the skin of a project, and not only capture its pure essence but also her client’s formal design intent.
Melbourne based Studiofour have created a contemporary coastal home that despite its black skin and cubist design it allows the coastal landscape take center stage. The house is located within the Moonah Links Golf Course on the Mornington peninsula in Fingal, Australia.
The architectural form of the Main Ridge house is a series of intersecting pavilions which have been oriented to the views and to the east and north solar aspect. Spotted Gum timber ‘boxes’ follow the contours of the site
The Barrington heritage area in Melbourne is known for being an area of heritage significance containing high quality heritage villas, set within garden settings – the kind of characteristics identified that make Melbourne one of the World’s most livable cities.
Gray Puksand has completed a $1.8 million residential project at 42 Coles Street, in the Melbourne suburb of Brighton. Completed in February 2017, this unconventional house was designed by Robert Puksand, Founding Partner at Gray Puksand, as his family home.
Behind an unassuming façade, the Courtyard house opens up to reveal a pared back design response, mixed with luxurious materials, and practical detailing. This existing building has been altered and extended, with the interior design responding to our client’s love of Japanese architecture and rituals.