Friday 14th December 2018
 
Friday 14th December 2018

Design Design Design

Not Location Location Location

 

When did modern start meaning massive?

At Modern House, we ponder the need for larger houses and multiple bathrooms. We look at some of our favourite examples of modern architecture, all much smaller than the average house, and talk about why they work.

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Secrets of Modern House Design

At Modern House, we marvel at the intricacies and clever considerations of modern house design. The best of modern house design is all...
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Inner West is among the best

As an agency based in Camperdown, we at Modern House couldn’t help but feel a puff of pride when seeing so many excellent local houses...
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Australian architecture:
are our architects leaders or followers?

Young and free. That’s our Australia, as proclaimed by our national anthem. But when it comes to architecture, does youth equal freedom?...
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Reflections on the Sydney Architecture Festival

At the Sydney Architecture Festival this month, the question was posed: as a country with the largest average house size in the world, how much space do we need to live well and are we including everyone?

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Streets of Your Town

As the only estate agency devoted to the promotion of Australian modernist and mid-century architecture, Modern House was excited to see...
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Slam dunk for Indigo Slam

Congratulations to local NSW architect Smart Design Studio, who won the highest recognition of residential architecture in Australia, the...
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Pettit+Sevitt

As the 1950’s drew to a close post war euphoria was on a high and the space age was upon a burgeoning new generation of young...
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The Griffin Legacy

Visionaries in Suburbia: Griffin Houses in the Sydney Landscape is a new book examining the legacy of Walter Burley Griffin and his...
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2015 National Architecture Awards

There was a rediscovery of Australian inventiveness at the 2015 National Architecture Awards held in Brisbane on 5 November by the...
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2nd Nature | Virginia Kerridge Architect

Architect and artist Virginia Kerridge talks  about her home of ten years – a 1930s duplex in the Sydney beachside locality of South...
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