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Dog Days

Dog Days

Dog DaysIt is well-known that dogs are a man’s best friend, with this bond between our two species spanning millennia and in the height of Perth’s sweltering summers, it is not just humans who feel the heat. Battling through the scorching sun beneath a coat of fur,...

Bodacious and Kerb-acious

Bodacious and Kerb-acious

Bodacious and Kerb-aciousIn a city encroaching almost 1 million private dwellings and encompassing a range of styles dating back to the 18th century, designing an exterior façade that is both durable and awe-inspiring can pose a challenge to intrepid homeowners...

Taking Things To The Next Level

Taking Things To The Next Level

Taking Things To The Next LevelAs the population continues to grow and the populace of urban centres increases, land has become one of the nation’s most precious commodities. With large plots of land becoming a scarcity in metropolitan areas, capitalising on what...

A New Advantage

A New Advantage

Western Australia Home Design + Living seeks answers from HBA owners and industry professionals, Paul Cheverall and Richard McHenry, and gains their thoughts on the benefits of the humble building broker.

From Modest Makings

From Modest Makings

Kirrily Ireland explores how homeowners can enjoy all the luxuries of a mid- to large-scale home inside one that’s a little more modest.

Room For More

Room For More

Kirrily Ireland catches up with Cara and Matthew Ford, managing directors of Ford Building Co., to discuss the benefits of designing open-plan homes that provide maximal flow and ease of living

Neuroarcheticture

Neuroarcheticture

Neuroarcheticture Renowned for its versatility and unique varieties, timber has been utilised in Australian architecture for years. Aside from its aesthetic appeal, timber is recognised to improve wellbeing by connecting inhabitants with nature inside the confines of...

Let Me Entertain You

Let Me Entertain You

Let Me Entertain You by Tegan Lyon There is something so enticing about hosting a gathering or throwing a party from the comfort of your own home. Making your abode the perfect setting for entertaining doesn’t happen overnight – it starts with the design. Here,...

Industrial Revolution

Industrial Revolution

Industrial Revolutionby Sally O'BrienIn recent years, industrial-inspired architecture has become increasingly prominent within residential designs. This aesthetic of mixing textures and materials can be difficult to achieve without sacrificing a warm, inviting...

Home And Away

Home And Away

Home And AwayWith a rise in Airbnb and granny flats, now is the perfect time to add some extra space to your home. Whether you’re looking to create more space for family visits or want to obtain some extra income on the side, building an additional dwelling can help....

Steeling Hearts

Steeling Hearts

Georgia Jordan discusses the increased popularity of steel as a framing material with Kre8 Constructions,

Next In Line

Next In Line

Pamela Hale speaks with TopLine Clothes Lines about the evolution of air-drying methods and technology in Australia.

It’s A Sustainable Life

It’s A Sustainable Life

Lucy Mackey talks to Solar Dwellings about key sustainable building practices that are currently used in the industry.

Intentional Interiors

Intentional Interiors

Lucy Mackey talks to Averna Homes about how to take an intentional approach to home design.

Dearly Bespoke

Dearly Bespoke

Pamela Hale speaks with Prima Homes about the essential elements to include in a modern Australian abode.

A Thing Like That

A Thing Like That

Jacqueline Maya lists some outstanding floor lamps and bath tubs to perfectly complete your interior.