Thanks to the team at Amazing Architecture for featuring Red Hill by InForm.
Many thanks to ArchDaily for sharing Brighton East 3 by InForm.
An exclusive opportunity exists to purchase this premium Brighton townhouse.
Designed for the ultimate low-maintenance lifestyle, this large luxury home includes living spaces over three floors serviced by a lift.
Many thanks to the team at Amazing Architecture for sharing Hawthorn by InForm "A contemporary but contextual response to the more traditional homes in the leafy hillside street".
Thanks to My House Idea for sharing Hawthorn by InForm.
The Local Project describe Hawthorn by InForm as "Tradition with a Contemporary Edge"
Ross Gardam, creator of contemporary lighting, furniture and objects share Brighton East 2 featuring their incredible glass wall sconce.
Thanks to the team at Amazing Architecture for featuring Brighton 8 by InForm.
Many thank to The Design Chaser for sharing InForm's Brighton East 2 project.
Design platform Wowow Home share Brighton East 2 by InForm. Thanks to Wowow Home.
Thanks to Eve and the Dot and Pop team for featuring Brighton East 2.
Thanks to the team at Amazing Architecture for sharing InForm's Brighton East 2 with their 2.6 million followers.
Many thanks to Meanwhile in Melbourne for sharing InForm's Brighton 7 project.
Thanks to the Hunting for George team for their words about InForm's Brighton 7 project.
Thanks to the team at DOT + POP for their feature of our Brighton 7 home.
Many thanks to Wowow Home share for sharing Brighton 7
Many thanks for The Design Files for their story on Brighton East "A Mid-Century Inspired New-Build That Looks The Real Deal!"
InForm & The Local Project presents a video feature “Brighton East” by InForm.
Thanks to The Design Files for their story "A Family Home That Mirrors Nature".
Thanks to Programa for sharing Brighton 6.
Thanks to ArchDaily Español / Plataforma Arquitectura for sharing our Red Hill project.
Thanks to The Local Project for sharing Brighton 7 in their story "Proud and Refined – Brighton 7 by InForm".
Many thanks to Meanwhile in Melbourne for profiling Brighton 6 by InForm in their ‘Five Minutes’ feature.
Thanks to Dwell for sharing Rosanna House by InForm.
The Design Chaser shares Brighton East by InForm, showcasing simplicity and compositional rigor, with a nod to mid-century modernism.
With thanks to the world’s most visited architecture website, ArchDaily, for sharing Red Hill by InForm.
Thanks to the ArchDaily, for sharing Rosanna House.
Meanwhile in Melbourne describe Rosanna House as the perfect blend of contemporary elements and local 1970s modernist architecture.
The Local Project tell the story behind InForm's Red Hill project, a family home set among picturesque surrounds and gum trees.
The Local Project detail how InForm has created a home that is a place of connection a well as of retreat for each of its inhabitants, a family of six.
InForm client Jess Bram talks to The Local Project about creating her family home.
Rosanna House clients discuss with The Local Project why they chose InForm to create a contemporary design that complements the spirit and design language of the neighbouring buildings.
Ross Berger from Pleysier Perkins tells The Local Project the story behind the design of this family home in Brighton.
"California Dreamin': this Melbourne family home embraces its owners' design sensibilities to achieve an enviable sense of style and space."
Read the feature on our Mediterranean-meets-Californian project in the November issue of Inside Out Magazine.
A publication that promotes minimalism and living well, Fete recently featured our Black Rock House.
The Local Project - a design blog fascinated with how locality influences design - has featured our Strathmore House.
"Richly textured with a high degree of detailing, Strathmore House is a contemporary home by the Melbourne-based firm InForm."
One of our favourite design blogs has featured Strathmore House.
"The Modern Glen Iris House Celebrates Unique Furnishings and Artwork."
Adore Magazine shared Balwyn North in their top 3 mid-century inspired homes.
Black Rock house has been featured on popular design blog, Contemporist.
Elwood Townhouse has been featured on international design blog, Archello.
Brighton 5 has been featured on international design blog, Archello.
Our recently photographed Northcote project has featured on design blog, The Local Project.
"Set on a narrow, sloping site primed for expansive bay views, the home’s geometric, assertive facade is softened by a curved, steel spiral staircase and brushy greenery.
It’s a clever mix of raw and foraged, whittled into a resilient structure designed to withstand the coast’s abrasive salty air and inclination for extreme temperatures. "
Architecture blog and design-based platform The Local Project has featured Brighton 5 on their newly launched website.
New York based interior blog, design shop, and celebrators of minimalism, Leibal, featured our Elwood Townhouse project.
Quiet areas co-exist with social spaces for equal doses of daily chaos and calm."
Our recently photographed Brighton 4 project features in the latest edition of design and lifestyle magazine, Fete.
Our recently completed Brighton 5 residence has been featured as an editor's pick on one of our favourite blogs, Dwell.
'From inside the residence, your eye leads out to the pool and beyond to the rural landscape.'
Design Milk has featured our recently photographed Park Orchards residence.
"From the outside, this coastal Victorian beach house looks like a simple timber block. Pass through the discrete exterior however and you’ll find a design that unfolds gracefully across two levels, including an expansive glazed pavilion at the property’s rear."
Local design blog, Est Living has featured Point Lonsdale House.
"What’s hidden behind the casual facade is a modern home designed for entertaining with a large open living space, four bedrooms, and a lounge."
One of our favourite design blogs, Design Milk has featured Point Lonsdale House.
Montfort Beach House presents a unique living experience on the Mornington Peninsula set over 8550 square metres of land with 120 metres frontage to the coastal national park and direct access to one of Victoria's most famous surf breaks.
“This issue we explore design at its best – spaces created for life and for living by the experts who deliver homes with light, space and flow.”
We are delighted to be featured in the latest issue of Fete Magazine.
Popular international architecture blog, Home DSGN, has featured the recently completed Eaglemont residence.
Another one of InForm's favourite blogs has featured Elwood Townhouse.
A California Design Home: Home DSGN has featured our recently completed Elsternwick project.
One of InForm's favourite architecture and design sites, Design Milk, has featured the recently completed Eaglemont residence.
"This luminous architectural gem in a Bayside Melbourne suburb proves that good things do come in small packages."
Elwood Townhouse has been featured in the March issue of Home Beautiful magazine.
Home DSGN has featured our recently completed custom project, Eaglemont house.
Home Adore has featured our modified California design project, Elsternwick house.
We spent a day with photographer Derek Swalwell and stylist Heather Nette King to shoot Blairgowrie 2, which featured in Inside Out's October issue.
Sorrento House has been featured on prominent architecture + design blog, Design Milk.
Sorrento House has been featured on digital Australian magazine, Est Living.
'A Home With A Quad Front That Takes Advantage Of Park Views,' the Alphington House has been featured on global design blog, Contemporist.
Brighton 2 had been featured on Home DSGN.
International architecture blog, Archdaily, has featured InForm's Brigton 2 on their blog.
Best of Both Worlds: Habitus wrote a feature piece about InForm's partnership with Pleysier Perkins on their design blog.
Blairgowrie house has featured on interiors and design blog, Home Adore.
Blairgowrie 1 has been featured on international home blog, Home DSGN.
A Wood and Glass Holiday House in Australia: one of our favourite architecture blogs, Design Milk, has featured Blairgowrie 2.