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Sanctuary House

DX Architects recently completed the beautiful Sanctuary House. Defined by the desire to create a light, open & healthy space, The Sanctuary House resulted in a generous, contemporary, two storey house which sympathetically integrates into the heritage streetscape....
09 Mar 22
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2021 HIA Australian Housing Awards

The Chisel House built by Blueprint Construction won the 2021 HIA Australian Housing Awards Renovation/Addition Project in the $1 million – $1.5 million category. A fabulous home, characterised by bold lines and offset angles. The Chisel house is revitalises an existing...
28 Feb 22
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ArchDaily feature – Blairgowrie House

Click here to read an article in ArchDaily featuring the The DX Blairgowrie Beach House on the Mornington Peninsula. This project retained and altered the rear proportion of the existing building and expanded the dwelling forward on a steeply sloped site to accommodate additional...
14 Jan 22
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DX Architects new office renovation

At DX Architects we have recently completed the renovation of our new Richmond office. As we move into 2022, we move into a new and improved space which we call home. An abundance of natural light, multi-level working spaces, a brand new meeting room and upstairs balcony are just...
14 Jan 22
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The Local Project Feature – Chisel House

DX Architects recently completed The Chisel House, which has been featured in “The Local Project”. The article outlines the design characteristics and drivers for the rear extension, including the restoration of the front Heritage façade. Read the article here: Click here to read...
16 Dec 21
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Incorporating nature into our homes

An important element of designing for wellbeing are designs that connect us to nature. As humans, we have tendencies to seek connections with nature and when designs and spaces connect us to nature it is proven to not only boost mental and physical wellbeing but it also increases...
01 May 20
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Cosy nook/Zen spot

Cosy nooks are great spaces to relax, recharge and enjoy various activities such as reading. They are great ways to bring in a sense of privacy inside your home – a space where you can detach and simply add some more Zen into your life. Window seats or little corners not only can...
20 Apr 20
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The Local Project Feature

DX Architects recently completed a contemporary house in Elwood. This project has been featured in “The Local Project” magazine with the article “Contemporary Interpretation of Neighbourhood Context – Elwood Residence by DX Architects”. Elwood...
16 Oct 19
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Renovating heritage homes: what you need to know before you start

Renovating heritage homes can be a challenging process to navigate. In property terms ‘heritage’ basically, are buildings recognised to have historic or cultural significance by the state or local government and are considered worthy of preserving their structure and aesthetic...
15 Oct 19
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Grand Designs Magazine Australia

DX Architects recently completed the major residential alterations & additions to a double fronted heritage Victorian dwelling in Richmond has been featured in Grand Designs Magazine Australia. The architectural design retains and enhances the existing double fronted heritage...
06 Jun 19
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Chic Haus Magazine

DX Architects recently completed the major residential alterations & additions to a double fronted heritage Victorian dwelling in Richmond has been featured on the cover of Mexico’s premiere architectural publication Chic Haus Magazine. The architectural design retains...
26 Feb 19
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Kings Vue Balwyn

DX Architects are excited to announce the launch of the Kings Vue residential architect project. We have been working with Longevity Group Australia to deliver their vision to offer boundless new lifestyle opportunities in Melbourne’s most well-established and sought-after...
06 Dec 18
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Charles Richmond – Completed Photographs

DX Architects recently completed the major residential alterations & additions to a double fronted heritage Victorian dwelling in Richmond. The architectural design retains and enhances the existing double fronted heritage Victorian dwelling and adds a contemporary double...
24 May 18
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Clifton Hill – Renovation to Heritage Victorian Single Fronted House

DX Architects has recently obtained town planning approval from the City of Yarra for the renovation to heritage Victorian single fronted residential property in Clifton Hill. The architectural design for this house features a spacious new open plan living and dining area with...
28 Feb 18
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Charles Street Richmond Renovation – Nearly complete

DX Architect’s latest Richmond residential architectural project is fast approaching handover. The external cladding is complete and the aluminum metal window screen has just been installed. The building and architectural design for this residential renovation to a heritage...
27 Feb 18
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