The History of Architecture: Origin


We all have a general understanding and awareness of architecture. It is something that surrounds us from the day we are born, until the day we pass on. But do we know the origins of it? Continue reading…


Chateau de Gudanes & the Restoration of History

Chateau de Gudanes & the restoration of history.


Everyday Roth works tirelessly to restore and rebuild structures of the past. It can often be an interesting and excited process, with many time pieces found within walls and floors. Continue reading…


Wellness & The Influence Of Architecture & Interior Design

Wellness & Architecture

As a whole, society is generally beginning to be geared towards physical, spiritual and metal health and wellness. Continue reading…


Field of Light | Ben Murno | Uluru Exhibition Extended

Since April 2017, a landscape of light has been planted around the iconic and spiritual epicentre of Uluru. Continue reading…


Press | The Carousel | How To Design Your Building For Nature

Architect Alex Roth continues his series on sustainability with this article on using nature within your designs, not machinery.

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Architects Recognised in the 2018 Queen Honours List

The Queens Honours List.

As a part of the commonwealth, each year during the celebration of his or her’s birthday, the monarchy grants many individuals with awards of decoration and medals. Continue reading…


Press | Mirror Coop, Midcentury Modern Kitchens

Midcentury Modern Kitchens

Midcentury Modern Kitchens: An Open, Natural Choice For Your Most Important Room

by John Linden

It is no secret that the 1950s and 60s produced some of the best design. Continue reading…


The Design Process

When thinking about starting to renovate or design, it is not often that we really know what the process really entails. A lot of misconception comes from the simple fact that there are no true representations Continue reading…


Five Key Elements To Good Design | Ode to Ballet

We as a firm run on the believe that there are key elements to keep in mind when designing. These elements will take your design from everyday design to good design. Continue reading…


The Cost of Terrace Renovations

 

Costing a terrace renovation can often be a tricky task. There are a lots of unrealistic views on what a terrace should cost. These opinions often fall on extremes of either side of the spectrum of budgets. Continue reading…


The World of Wallpaper: Kids Edition

Wallpapers have been around for longer than we care to imagine. Its been a go to technique to add visual interest and texture to spaces, however until recently it fell out of fashion. Continue reading…


Five Architectural Icons You Must See

The great thing about architecture is the ability to (for the most part) be able to visit icons of another time. Even today, designers and artists are taking inspiration from the past. Continue reading…


Art & Photography, Our top Ten Favourite Pieces

When developing your home or commercial space, or even just updating your interior pieces, a sure fire way of brining life to the space is by incorporating art Continue reading…


Press | Daily Telegraph Home Magazine | Roth Architects

Our Watsons Bay cottage has been featured in a recent edition of the Daily Telegraph’s Home Magazine. Asked about what makes the ‘costal’ aesthetic so popular in Australian culture, Continue reading…


Architecture For Millennials

Generation Y, better known as millennials are slowly beginning to reach the age where they are starting to purchase, invest and reshape the housing world. Continue reading…


Luxury Home Architecture in Sydney

Luxury: a material object, service, etc., conducive to sumptuous living, usually a delicacy, elegance, or refinement of living rather than a necessity

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Interior Design Trends of 2018

2018 has well and truly begun and our studio is buzzing with excitement over the trends that the year will bring. Continue reading…


The Priority of Space

When completing a build or renovation, the allocation of space is first on the list of to-do’s. With this organisation and allocation comes the determination of the priority of each space. Continue reading…


Our Pantone Colour of The Year

Pantone Colour of The Year

Since 2000, the Pantone Colour Institute has had the creative industry waiting eagerly for the selection of the latest Colour of the Year. Continue reading…


Environmentally Sustainable Design & Architecture

As we have progressed as a society, sustainable design and the impacts design has on the environment has become a focused topic. This emphasis has translated into architecture. Continue reading…


Our Favourite Tiles of The Moment

Tiles are a sure fire way of adding layers of texture, colour, pattern and excitement to any space. They amplify your bathroom, laundry or kitchen in unique ways. Continue reading…


Stylish Outdoor Trends

This Seasons Outdoor Trends

With summer have officially begun for 2017, the Roth team is looking forward to weekends of sun, fresh air and warm weather. Continue reading…


Narrow Terrace and House Renovation

The Narrow Renovation

As architects based next door to a heritage area, narrow homes and structures are situations familiar to Roth. There is a belief that small homes make for unenjoyable spaces. Continue reading…


Five Ways to Bring the Outdoors Inside

Outdoors Inside

Outdoors inside? It can often be a challenge to strike the right balance between these two different areas in a  home. This is our take on what contributes to finding the perfect balance when bringing the outdoors inside:

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The International Design & Architecture Awards 2018

It is a great pleasure to announce that Roth Architects has been shortlisted for the 2018 International Design and Architecture Awards. Continue reading…


Renovating a Victorian Terrace

Alterations and additions to a Victorian terrace is a difficult balance between history and contemporary. Continue reading…


Finding the Perfect Architect

The Perfect Architect

Finding the perfect architect is at first glance, a difficult undertaking. This is mainly because so few people understand what a good architect does.

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Press | Houzz Spain | How Exactly To Design A Bathroom

Roth Architecture was recently featured on an international addition of Houzz. Our Coogee ensuite has been hand picked by the writers of the website in their story on how to design a “super complete” bathroom.

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17 Architectural Bibles Students Should Live By

While the internet provides such instantaneous and useful information on a daily basis, there is nothing quite like a good old book to really gain insight into the architectural world.

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Roth Architects Win Randwick City Awards

Last Wednesday the 27th of September our Director Alex Roth attended the Randwick City Architecture and Urban Design Awards.

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Art & Its Importance to Design & Archtiecture – Exclusive Interview With Award Winning Architect Alex Roth

Roth Architecture Studio and our director Alex Roth have been featured this week on internationally renowned art curation blog Velvenoir.

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The Foxground Farmhouse

A disused piggery transformed into an idyllic country retreat in Foxground Valley.
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Terraces, and the definition of Sydney’s landscape

Though it is a relatively young city, heritage defines much of Sydney’s landscape. Nowhere is this more pronounced than in the residential area.
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The Trick to Indoor/ Outdoor Living

Seamless transitions between indoor and outdoor areas bring versatility and ease to living spaces.
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What Happens When A Building Becomes A Poem

Human-made structures influence our lives in hundreds of tiny ways, shaping the ways we think, the ways we live. They can even influence or be influenced by poem.
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