Site and Context | Architecture and Landscape

Site & Context | Architecture & Landscape

Architecture is the sensitive response to its context. A site often dictates the direction in which the design will go. Sometimes even more so than the inhabitants requirements. Continue reading…


Before & After, Windsor Street Paddington

Midcentury Windsor Street

Following on from our last post in this series, we are taking a look at another of our favourite Paddington Terraces. 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…


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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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…


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…


The Courtyards of Sydney

From the atriums of ancient Pompeii to the tiny terrace courtyards of Sydney’s inner suburbs. Alluring outdoor spaces have always been a luxury of contemporary living. 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…


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…


What Should an Architect Do?

What Should an Architect Do?

What should an architect exactly do? It is an interesting question and it varies from person to person. It will change from project to project depending on the capacity someone is engaged to complete. 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…


Maximising Small Spaces

It is often a misconception that it is not possible to live comfortably and stylishly in small 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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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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Building In Harmony With Nature

Since the Neolithic peoples first started building and practising farming around 10,000 BC, humans have had an intentional impact upon nature.
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