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Back to black and back-to-basics for this New Year! Think timelessness, elevated essentials, fewer/better pieces, not-so-basic basics. And above all, qualitative classics.Comfiness and functionality are more than ever highlighted in LM’s new mum …
After a few month of pregnancy, now is the time to consider maternity wear. One brand was particularly suited to Lines/Manner: Legoe Heritage. Think timeless, effortless, and versatile motherhood staples. Back to basics! This striped soft and stretch r…
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If you follow Lines/Manner, you have probably noticed an ineluctable affection for effortless styles and an appreciation for subtle details. Providing these elements with an ounce of elegance and an airy slouchiness can advantageously help us conform to a higher … Continue reading →
Adding some vigor and summery sensations to our new fall staples wardrobe. Ripped jeans and sweater weather: An ode to basics with monochromatic tones. Reevaluate details by introducing fine and subtle sleek ruffles. Ruffle Knit, ripped jeans, and tote bag … Continue reading →
Zaha Hadid Architects has unveiled its designs for a 64-metre apartment block in Melbourne, which will feature facades covered in angular balconies and a roof topped by a pair of swimming pools. The 19-storey tower named The Mayfair will be located on St Kilda Road, which links the district of St Kilda with the central business district
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This low-lying brick-and-concrete apartment complex was designed by architecture firm Woods Bagot to reflect the scale and materiality of the surrounding buildings in a Melbourne suburb. Elwood House is situated on the site of a former Retired Service League community hall in Elwood, an inner suburb located around eight kilometres south of Melbourne’s central business
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Small red- and blue-glazed bricks pattern the exterior of this house by Austin Maynard Architects, which replaces a garage in the Melbourne suburb of Richmond. Located on a corner plot, hard up to a laneway on two sides, the red brick house acts as a bookend to a row of garages and outbuildings that extend down a hill. The
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Circular windows dominate the staggered brick facades of this apartment block designed by Australian practice BKK Architects for the Melbourne suburb of Ivanhoe East. Local studio BKK Architects designed the 44-apartment block for a steeply sloping site in a residential neighbourhood located around 10 kilometres northeast of the city’s central business district. Six porthole windows provide the focal point for the Cirqua Apartments, which are made
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This moody Melbourne house extension by local studio Branch Studio Architects features dark rammed-charcoal walls, window nooks and an outdoor bathtub. Branch Studio Architects was asked to extend an existing house for a couple to create a master suite with a bedroom, an en-suite bathroom and extra storage space. The 1990s house “posed little architectural significance and interacted poorly with
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Australian architect Matt Gibson and his studio have renovated and extended a traditional villa in Melbourne, adding deep verandahs that can be protected from harsh sunlight using woven steel-mesh curtains. Matt Gibson Architecture + Design was tasked with upgrading the property in the Australian city’s Barrington heritage area, in order to create more liveable spaces with a better connection
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Zaha Hadid Architects has revealed new visuals of its proposed 185-metre tower in Melbourne, which will be made up of four stacked blocks with white filigree facades. First unveiled by London-based ZHA back in 2015, the tower will be located on Collins Street, in the heart of the city’s central business district. It is expected to open in 2023 and will be occupied by the Mandarin Oriental hotel
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OMA founder Rem Koolhaas and colleague David Gianotten have unveiled plans to create a reconfigurable amphitheatre topped by a translucent, floating roof for this year’s MPavilion in Melbourne. The two architects plan to create a “theatre for ideas” in Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Gardens for the fourth edition of MPavilion, an annual commission billed as Australia’s answer to London’s Serpentine
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In a bid to improve his mental health and vitamin D levels, architect Andrew Maynard has renovated his Melbourne home and studio to make it so brightly lit that he has to wear sunglasses inside. Maynard, the co-founder of Melboure-based Austin Maynard Architects, was prompted to improve his access to vitamin D after his doctor suggested that a lack of natural light was probably
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Australian studio Make Architecture has added a brick extension to a Victorian cottage in Melbourne that bounds the street on one side and curves around a secluded courtyard on the other. Perimeter House is situated on a plot within the industrial neighbourhood of Abbotsford, which contains brick factories and warehouses that influenced Make Architecture’s choice
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Arched doorways, sculptural chimneys and a pyramid-shaped roof are among the quirky details that architecture studio Kennedy Nolan has used to add character to this east Melbourne home. Deepdene House is located in a suburban neighbourhood filled with Edwardian properties and verdant gardens. Kennedy Nolan describes its appearance as “roofs and chimneys emerging from lush tree canopies”. The Melbourne studio responded
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Australian architecture studio Carr has transformed a Federation cottage on the Mornington Peninsula into the Jackalope hotel, cladding the building’s exterior in charred timber and creating interiors based on an alchemist’s workshop. The Jackalope is located in a wine-growing region south of Melbourne that is famed for its production of pinot noir. Comprising both an
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Slate shingles are arranged in various patterns across the outer walls of the house-shaped blocks that make up this multigenerational residence in the Melbourne suburb of Kew. The slate patterns give each of the blocks its own identity, helping to fragment the scale of the 350-square-metre property known as Charles House. Wanting to differentiate the home from Kew’s newly
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Inbetween Architecture has renovated and extended a dated brown-brick property in Melbourne’s Doncaster suburb to improve the quality of its living spaces and capture views of nearby Ruffey Lake. The late 20th-century house suffered from an over-compartmentalised plan that left a number of rooms redundant and others without adequate natural light. Local studio Inbetween Architecture was commissioned to
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Rem Koolhaas and David Gianotten of Dutch firm OMA have been unveiled as the designers of the 2017 MPavilion, an annual commission billed at Australia’s answer to the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion. Koolhaas and Gianotten’s MPavilion will be OMA’s first completed project in Australia, located in Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Gardens. It will be the fourth edition of the annual pavilion project sponsored by
This blackened timber house in Melbourne curves around an olive tree garden, and was designed by BLOXAS Architecture for a client with a severe sleeping condition. Victoria-based BLOXAS Architecture, which stands for Black Line One X Architecture Studio, designed the Garden Pavilion for a couple. One of the clients has a chronic sleeping condition, which established a conflicting brief for the project. The architects were
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Inbetween Architecture’s founder John Liu added this gabled extension to his home in suburban Melbourne, creating a new entrance that leads straight through to a garden at the rear. Liu’s firm designed the extension to accommodate a new master suite and a secure entrance at the 1970s property, which is set in the city’s Doncaster neighbourhood. In
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Zinc panels form an undulating roof for this linear courtyard house by Gardiner Architects, which overlooks Melbourne from its hilltop site. Local studio Gardiner Architects designed Ruckers Hill House for a couple with three young children, who had purchased a vacant plot with expansive views south towards the city. The fairly narrow site informed a configuration that stretches back away from
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Warc Studio has reinterpreted the typical lean-to extensions of many Melbourne houses with this timber and glass addition to a home in the city’s Oakleigh suburb. Australian firm Warc Studio was tasked with renovating a typical 1960s property and developing an extension to contain new living spaces with good connection to the garden. The extension’s main structure is made from laminated timber
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In our final movie from the World Architecture Festival 2016, architect Ann Lau explains how Australian firm Hayball plans to create collaborative learning spaces in the Melbourne school that was named Future Project of the Year last month. South Melbourne Primary School, due to be completed in early 2018 in Melbourne, Australia, is billed by
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Delighted by first days of summer in Madagascar, Lines/Manner favors light and airy materials. Rejoicing at the total return to black. Contemporary long fluid dress + mules. A relaxed sophistication, minimal for a look strongly influenced by our favorite … Continue reading →
Studio Mumbai founder Bijoy Jain has unveiled his completed MPavilion in Melbourne – a square structure built from bamboo and wood, but not the cow dung originally planned (+ slideshow). The Indian architect used seven kilometres of bamboo, 50 tonnes of stone and 26 kilometres of rope to create this year’s MPavilion, an annual commission billed as Australia’s answer to More
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This 1960s house in suburban Melbourne has been overhauled by Branch Studio Architects to create a contemporary home for the original owners’ granddaughter (+ slideshow). The local firm was tasked with revamping the dream home of a pair of Jewish refugees – one a survivor of the Auschwitz concentration camp – who had arrived in Australia with little More
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Angular volumes clad in timber and metal step down the side of a sloping site to form this house near Melbourne with ocean views (+ slideshow). The Split House was designed by local studio BKK Architects for a site in a recent housing development within the Mount Martha area, around 60 kilometres south of the Australian city. More
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A large corrugated metal roof is drawn down over the the upper floor of this house in Melbourne, making it appear to have just a single level when seen from the street (+ slideshow). Seddon House stands on the site of a disused inner-city car park, which local firm OSK Architects was asked to transform into a family home. More
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Pritzker Prize-winning Australian architect Glenn Murcutt has revealed new images of his first mosque in Melbourne, showing a roof covered in rows of dramatic lantern-like skylights (+ slideshow). Murcutt has worked on the design for the Australian Islamic Centre for over 10 years, collaborating with architect Hakan Elevli of Melbourne practice Elevli Plus. When the building completes in late 2016, it will provide More
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Australian architect Matt Gibson used zinc cladding to distinguish this faceted structure from the Edwardian residence it extends (+ movie). The single-storey extension named Shadow House provides new living spaces, a guest bedroom and garage for the house, which is located a conservation area in Melbourne’s Elsternwick neighbourhood. A 1980s extension was cleared away to make room for the addition, which More
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Studio Mumbai founder Bijoy Jain has revealed his design for this year’s MPavilion, billed to become the largest bamboo structure ever built in Australia (+ movie). The Indian architect plans to use bamboo, earth, stone, rope and manure for the 2016 edition of the MPavilion, an annual commission touted as Australia’s answer to London’s Serpentine Gallery Pavilion. His 12-metre-high structure will feature a More
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Expansive glazed surfaces are sandwiched between simple concrete volumes to form the minimal facades of this house in Melbourne by Davidov Partners Architects (+ slideshow). Locally based Davidov Partners designed the property for a couple preparing to live on their own after their children had moved out, who wanted a home where they could entertain visiting friends and family. The More
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Venice Architecture Biennale 2016: the architects behind plans to create a cluster of freshwater swimming pools on the River Thames have unveiled a proposal for a floating pool on the Yarra River in the Australian city of Melbourne. Studio Octopi was invited by Melbourne nonprofit organisation Yarra Swim Co to develop the concept for the Yarra Pool, More
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Andrew Simpson Architects has converted a red brick warehouse in Melbourne into a loft-style residence, with separate entrances for different members of the resident family (+ slideshow). The 19th-century warehouse is located in the city’s Fitzroy North suburb and was previously occupied by businesses including a jam factory, an aerated water factory, an advertising agency and an engineering More
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Australian firm Inarc aimed to find a middle ground between luxury and efficiency for this holiday house, built beside a seafront golf course on the outskirts of Melbourne (+ slideshow). The single-storey Links Courtyard House features a simple layout, designed to make the most of space, but also features several luxuries, including a spacious terrace and swimming pool. The More
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Zigzagging golden frames surround the facades of this apartment complex by DROO Projects, which is tucked behind a row of 19th-century shops in Melbourne’s Hawthorn suburb (+ slideshow). Paris- and London-based DROO Projects was asked to redevelop one unit in the row of shops, which dates back to the Victorian era, and to redevelop the narrow site to its rear. The heritage-listed building was operating More
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Melbourne architecture office Taylor Knights has renovated an existing Federation-style house in the city and added a contrasting contemporary extension that opens directly onto the rear garden (+ movie). Taylor Knights was asked to refurbish the semi-detached property in the Australian city’s St Kilda East district to enable two generations of a family to cohabit More
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A trio of glass-ended boxes forms this compact Melbourne house by Austin Maynard Architects, which was designed to give the resident family “just the right amount of space” (+ slideshow). Named That House, the two-storey residence is located in a neighbourhood filled with large properties. But locally based Austin Maynard Architects felt it would be better More
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Architecture studio Freadman White has remodelled a 1930s Melbourne house that was extended in the 1970s, and created a new room featuring an angular roof (+ slideshow). Hoddle House is located in the Australian city’s Elsternwick district. Local office Freadman White was asked to reevaluate the internal plan of the building to make it better suited to the needs of its occupants – a young More
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A corridor framed by reclaimed bricks and glass separates this Melbourne house from a new extension built in the back garden by local architecture firm MODO (+ slideshow). MODO founder Michael Ong was keen to create a clear distinction between the extension and the original property – a typical bungalow located in east-Melbourne suburb Hawthorn. The More
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Indian firm Studio Mumbai has been selected to design Melbourne’s next MPavilion, an annual commission touted as Australia’s answer to London’s Serpentine Gallery Pavilion. Architect Bijoy Jain of Studio Mumbai will design the third of four pavilions sponsored by the The Naomi Milgrom Foundation, an organisation set up by businesswoman and philanthropist Naomi Milgrom. It will be constructed in Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Gardens. Jain follows in More
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A floor that doubles as a toy box and a vivid yellow bathtub both feature inside this remodelled Melbourne house by local studio Austin Maynard Architects (+ slideshow). The Melbourne studio, previously known as Andrew Maynard Architects, was tasked with transforming a simple bungalow into a practical home suited to the lifestyle of two occupants – a More
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Perforated screens cover the windows of this cement-clad house in Melbourne by Jackson Clements Burrows Architects, allowing light from within to shine through circular openings (+ slideshow). Jackson Clements Burrows designed the house as an “open-plan sanctuary in the inner city” for a couple and their cat Biggles in the city’s Sunbury suburb. Eschewing the gabled style and More
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Built near the heart of Melbourne’s historic brick-making district, this block of apartments and shops has walls of black bricks that are arranged to create perforated patterns and provide privacy for residents (+ slideshow). Called Ari Apartments, the four-storey building was designed by Australian firm Ola Architecture Studio to occupy a deep site that spans two plots. More
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Property developer Landream has unveiled designs by Zaha Hadid Architects for a 54-storey skyscraper in Melbourne, featuring a volume broken up into four curved segments. Proposed for 582-606 Collins Street in the city’s central business direct, the mixed-use tower will house shops, offices and apartments, and is designed to look like “a series of stacked vases”. Hadid is teaming More
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FMD Architects used slender lengths of timber to “stitch” together this narrow Melbourne house and its new garden extension. The project, called Cross-Stitch House, involved extending the single-storey residence to create new family living spaces, as well as improving natural light in the existing rooms. The brief given to Melbourne-based FMD Architects called for space to display three […]
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Fibreglass petals overlap to create the transparent roof of Amanda Levete’s forest-inspired MPavilion, which opened to the public today in Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Gardens (+ movie). Over forty fibreglass petals are joined on slender columns to form the gently swaying pavilion by London-based architect Levete, whose firm AL_A is also currently working a new subterranean extension to the V&A museum. Billed […]
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Australian architects Jackson Clements Burrows added perforated shutters to the exterior of this holiday cabin “like a Gore-Tex jacket”, providing light and ventilation when closed (+ slideshow). Melbourne-based architects Jackson Clements Burrows designed Moonlight Cabin as a holiday retreat on the far south-west coast of Victoria. It is owned by a family with two children, […]
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Boxes clad entirely in vertical strips of stained timber are stacked and angled slightly to make the most of ocean views at this house on the outskirts of Melbourne by local firm B.E Architecture (+ slideshow). The property is located in the Flinders neighbourhood on a promontory to the south of the city centre. It […]
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A pair of steel-clad volumes with pitched roofs and glazed gables provide additional living space behind the ornamental facade of this Victorian terrace in Melbourne (+ slideshow). Melbourne studio Nic Owen Architects was asked to renovate and extend the mid-terrace house in the city’s Fitzroy North neighbourhood for a couple and their two children. The architects retained […]
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