Australian Interior Design Awards 2018 Shortlist

march 2018

Architect Prineas is thrilled to have been shortlisted in the Australian Interior Design Awards 2018 in the category of Residential Design for our House Pranayama. To see all the shortlisted projects, click here.

House Pranayama. Shortlisted in AIDA 2018, Residential Design. Photograph by Benjamin Hosking.


AP News | October 2017

OCTOBER 2017

Spring has finally sprung and the new season has brought with it a number of exciting things for Architect Prineas.

1. H & G ' s  5 0  T O P  R O O M S .  House Pranayama (Photographer: Ben Hosking)

We are thrilled to announce that House Pranayama was named as one of Australia's Top 50 Rooms in House & Garden magazine's19th annual showcase of the best rooms from new projects around the country.

In addition, the Teen Retreat (pictured above) was named the Winner of the category Best use of Materials.

The judges were enamoured by the room's "strong architectural elements" that create a "robust and stylish retreat" within a formerly subterranean portion of the house.

Be sure to pick up your copy of the November issue of House & Garden's Top 50 Rooms edition, set to hit news stands this week. 


2.  E S T  L I V I N G  P R O F I L E .   House Pranayama. (Photographer: Ben Hosking)

Last month, Melia Rayner of estliving.com sat down with Eva-Marie to discuss her inspiration, design approach and architectural philosophy.

The blog is an insightful perspective into the practice and principles of Architect Prineas, shedding light on Eva-Marie's evolution as a designer and her design sensibility.

Click here to read.

4.  D O M A I N  M A G A Z I N E .   Allen Key House. (Photographer: Chris Warnes)

This AP favourite was featured on the inside cover of The Sydney Morning Herald and Financial Review's Domain magazine this weekend. Written by Amelia Barnes, the piece wonderfully summarised the architectural intent of the project and the complexity of its internal space.


4.  A R C H I T E C T U R E  O N  S H O W.  Collaborative Vision

Over the course of building a project, a unique bond is formed when a homeowner entrusts their vision for living to an architect. Collaboration of this sort is deeply personal for both parties. The client is forced to divulge intimate truths about their home and family life, while the architect reveals the deep seated values that govern their creative process.

Join Eva-Marie on Saturday October 29 at 2pm as she unravels the intricate nature of client-architect exchanges with client Ariana Koller. This discussion will explore the careful balance of communication, trust and respect that allowed Ariana and Eva-Marie's combined vision for House Koller to manifest.

Click here to see the full event description.

2pm Saturday October 29, 2017 @ Surry Hills Library

WAN Awards 17 Longlist

August 2017

Architect Prineas is thrilled to have been longlisted in the World Architecture News Awards 17 in the categories of House of the Year 2017 for our Allen Key House and Small Spaces 2017 for our Nano Pad. To see all the longlisted projects, click here.

Allen Key House. Longlisted in WAN Awards 17, House of the Year 2017.  Photograph by Chris Warnes


Nano Pad. Longlisted in WAN Awards 17, Small Spaces 2017.  Photograph by Chris Warnes


AP News | August 2017

August 2017

We've had a busy couple of months here at Architect Prineas HQ. Here's an update of everything that has been going on behind the scenes. 

1. A  S M A L L  E X H I B I T I O N .  Nano Pad. (Image: Panov Scott)

The recently completed Nano Pad has been invited to be included in an upcoming exhibition at the University of Sydney's Tin Sheds Gallery. The exhibition will explore twenty residential projects that are seen to be exemplars of transformative architecture that produce a high level of amenity within the confines of a small footprint. 

The exhibition opens this Thursday, August 10th at 6pm and will run until September 15th. 


2.  M O D E R N  D E C O R A T I O N  M A G A Z I N E .  Apartment. Finger Wharf

Architect Prineas are excited to see Apartment Finger Wharf featured in the August issue of the Chinese publication, Modern Decoration Magazine - a professional architectural & interior design periodical which has a 30 year publishing history.



3.  A U S T R A L I A  B Y  D E S I G N .  Breeze Block House.

Australia By Design is a brand new television series on Network Ten that counts down the top ten architectural statements of the year in each state. Architect Prineas were thrilled to have the Breeze Block House included as a part of this series. If you missed the episode, you can catch Eva-Marie Prineas and NSW Government Architect Peter Poulet at the Breeze Block House on TenPlay.

*spoiler alert*

Architect Prineas were thrilled to have the Breeze Block House named runner-up in the NSW episode of the show. 


4.  M E L B O U R N E .  Housing Futures & HOUSES Awards 17. (Photograph: Jacqueline Lindeman)

The Architect Prineas team have just returned from a great weekend away in Melbourne where we attended the Design Speaks: Housing Futures Forum along with the HOUSES Awards 17 where the Allen Key House was shortlisted. The conference was an inspiring day of local and international speakers, all of whom sought to challenge the future of residential design in Australia. The Houses Awards were equally as inspiring. It was fantastic to be surrounded by the talent of the Australian residential architecture community and see first hand the best of the last year's residential design. We would like to wish a big congratulations to all the winners!

ArchDaily's 50 Most Popular Houses, 2017

july 2017

Priding itself as "the world's most visited architecture website," ArchDaily yesterday revealed a list of the 50 Most Popular Houses that they have published in the last six months. Having already published over 2000 projects this year, 700 of which have been houses, we were thrilled to see our Allen Key House. as a part of this list. Click here to see the full article.