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Sittin’ on the Dock of the Bay

They say the grass is greener, but in this case the water is bluer. This idyllic holiday houseboat moored in Sydney Harbour means its owners have the best of both land and sea.

In Conversation With… Maurice Terzini

The maestro of modern Australian dining, Maurice Terzini's Bondi Icebergs set the bar high when it opened 15 years ago. With the launch of Da Maria in Bali, Terzini has become an export brand.

How can a home adapt to a lifestyle constantly in flux?

Don’t get comfortable because nothing lasts forever, right? Maybe. But the residents of this home weren’t having a bar of it. Instead they had their home change with them.

Feelin’ Pretty Fonda you: Mexican hospitality in Collingwood

On a grungy corner of Collingwood’s Smith Street, opposite a tired TAB, the newest addition to the Fonda Mexican franchise has opened its doors.

Modular-designed, Mid Century-inspired

Taking a modular approach to architecture, Marcus Browne has developed 'mishack', and in doing so, is providing the benefits of architect-designed homes at a more affordable cost.

In Conversation with… Brian Parkes

After a decade at the helm of Sydney’s Object Gallery, for the past seven years Brian has been pumping up the Jam as the Chief Executive of Jam Factory, Adelaide. Stephen Todd investigates.

Duplex and the City

Recalling the iconic brownstone buildings of New York City, this renovated 1920s duplex sees Sydney housing and offers a grand solution on a human scale.

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Australia’s Favourite Architecture Conference Returns to Sydney

For the first time in seven years The National Architecture Conference, one of Australia’s biggest, will return to Sydney – and we’re all over it.

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Phoenix Tapware’s Toi Story

The award winning design team at Phoenix Tapware have paired minimalist style with modernist charm in their new tapware collection, Toi.

Take a Trip to Little Sicily – Destination Sydney

Picture a leisurely stroll through Mediterranean Sicily – the smell of fresh olive oil in the air, and the sun setting on the ocean. It’s this imagery that has inspired the design of Olio Kensington Street

The NikolaTesla – Home Cooking Inspired By Genius

Taking its name from the legendary inventor, the NikolaTesla induction cooktop, with its designer flair and technical innovation, is worthy of the genius’ name

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Two specialists, One Kitchen

Life moves in cycles. So do our kitchens – from hot to cold, to frozen to fresh, and back around again. It’s important to get the most from your kitchen with a set up that supports you

Australian Design is Doing Fine

It’s not just passion, it’s not just skill, and it’s not just knowing the right people. Staying alive – and relevant – in the design industry is an intricate balance of all three. And for nearly 20 years, Farage has had the winning combination.

Diversity + Community Conference 2017, Melbourne

Join leading architects of the world to explore the role of architecture as a positive force in uncertain times.

COS celebrates 10 years with a capsule collection that produces zero waste

It’s mass produced, it’s global, it’s on-trend and it’s inexpensive. Against all odds COS has created something wonderful and in it there’s a lesson for us all.

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