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Truly the heart of the home, the kitchen has become the new living area – the center for day-to-day living and entertaining. This kitchen reflects that change of focus
This kitchen blurs the line between the home's traditional architecture and a more modern design sensibility
The original Victorian layout of this kitchen has had a contemporary update
A large four-oven Aga range standing at the centre of this kitchen gives a strong message that cooking and entertaining are popular activities in this household
Subtle touches in the design and materials of this kitchen hint at the French style
This kitchen's quiet demeanour allows an island with a deep benchtop to take centre stage
This kitchen's distinctive island addresses aesthetic and practical considerations
To maximise a picturesque view, the living area of this house was suspended like a bridge between two box-like brick volumes
Every room in this apartment enjoys views of the harbour, city and a nearby park
This Spanish Mission duplex, which has dress circle views over Bondi Beach, presents a chic restoration that reflects the coastal setting
New windows, pivoting doors and louvres ensure the panoramic harbour and city views can be glimpsed from most rooms in this remodelled apartment
Strength, beauty and durability – it's no wonder wood has been a sought-after building material for thousands of years
Innovative design ensures this remodeled kitchen speaks to the style of the rest of the house
This colonial villa has been restored and improved, with some contemporary elements woven into the mix
Haute couture for interiors – this 1920s villa has undergone an extensive makeover that juxtaposes the modern with the classic
As the last beach cottage on the Manly seafront, this heritage-listed property was ripe for a renovation in keeping with the past
Creating an inviting home starts with the right insulation
This renovation stays true to the home's 1920s origins on the interior and exterior
Custom-built doors and windows retain the character of this traditional villa
Small, cramped rooms are a thing of the past for this household – walls and doors have been removed to create a much more open, flowing interior that is also a perfect backdrop for the owners' artworks
Just as the Federation-style facade of this house belies a modern extension at the rear, so many of the sustainable-design features are not obvious at first sight
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