Located on a quiet street in Paddington, an eastern suburb of Sydney, Australia, this Victorian villa is wedged between rows of terrace houses, and has an unusually large garden at the back of the house.
Situated on Carthona Avenue in the exclusive residential neighbourhood of Darling Point in Sydney, Australia, this stunning multi-million-dollar garden apartment with large terraces and views of Sydney Harbour has 590 square meters (6,350 square feet) of living space.
Situated on a sloping site in the Dover Heights neighbourhood in Sydney, Australia, this beautiful modern duplex building with two attached dwellings was designed to blend the units together. A concrete frame with timber privacy screens at the entry ensures a cohesive exterior appearance. The two homes enjoy breathtaking views of Sydney harbour from the spacious living areas.
This small apartment in Sydney, Australia has a layout that revolves around a custom pivoting glass table that swings 180 degrees. The table is attached to a structural column that enables the glass top to swing from the dinning area to the living room and to the kitchen. The all-white apartment interior was designed to let the views of Bondi Beach, the weather and the season set the tone.
Holman House, designed by Durbach Block Jaggers Architects, sits on a dramatic 70-meter (230 feet) high cliff in Dover Heights, in the eastern suburb of Sydney, Australia. The living and dinning areas cantilever out over the ocean, providing dramatic views of the coastline and the ocean. The lower floor base is built from rough stone walls forming an extension of the cliff below.
Australian-based Global Investment Banking company Macquarie Group commissioned architect Clive Wilkinson to design its new office space in Sydney, Australia, just a block from Sydney Harbour. The result is a feisty, revolutionary design that embraces the flexible Activity Based Working (ABW) platform. Each floor is divided into 5 neighbourhoods of approximately 100 people with theme Plazas. Different working groups have meeting pods which were inspired by shipping containers in Sydney harbour. The different work groups can be identified by decor or by the numbered vinyl decals.