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Arent&Pyke Design With Heart and Soul

With a distinctive and sophisticated design style, Sydney-based design studio Arent&Pyke have made it their mission to "help and inspire people to live a beautiful life," as Rebecca Gross discovers.

A Fortress Façade Hides a Sumptuous Interior

Functioning as both a family home and a place for office meeting, MCR’s house in Prahran, Melbourne, ‘crosses the line’ on several fronts.

Bringing the Italian Church to Lighting Design

Pairing minimal aesthetics with hand finished Whiskey Brass componentry; Duomo is a new range of lights designed by ANAESTHETIC.

Resident: Creating Magic in Design

Resident is a New Zealand design practice driven by Scott Bridgens and Simon James who collaborate with a select group of designers. And as Rebecca Gross learns, its high-quality furniture and lighting is the unique result of these conditions and relationships.

How do You Design For Isolation?

On a remote island with no roads to mainland Australia and not even a local council, it was prefabricated architecture that was the design solution for Lai Cheong Brown.

Inner-City Living

Paddington House is a leafy sanctuary in the midst of Sydney, built on the site of an existing 1970s house by Connor and Solomon Architects, and re-interpreting modern terrace living.

Plyroom Plays with Plywood

While many place plyboard in the same bucket as MDF and chipboard, it’s becoming the material of choice for designers thanks to its aesthetic, affordable, durable and sustainable nature. Ashley Tucker chats to Plyroom founder Elise Heslop, who is on a mission to transform the way people think about plywood.

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The Arthur and Tyrian Apartments Are Fit for Royalty

The idea of living like royalty was a core element in the design of Hallmarc’s Arthur and Tyrian Apartments, with the apartments named after Prince Arthur, the Duke of Connaught and Strathearn and the son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert referencing this.

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Calling all Designers for the Altro Innovation In Design Awards

The team at Altro flooring is looking to reward one lucky creative with the ultimate design trip to London to attend the Clerkenwell Design week!

Lot.1: The Art and the Architecture of Coffee

At Lot.1 – a new café, restaurant and cocktail bar at 20 York Street in Sydney – the coffee swirl has been taken to yet another level and translated into the interior architecture of the space. Rebecca Gross writes.

Extreme Flair from Instyle

Extreme by Instyle is a sophisticated mixed use indoor / outdoor textile option inspired by the aesthetics of sailing and yachting

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What does the Next Generation of Showering Look Like?

New Zealand’s Methven, designer and manufacturer of premium showers and tapware, has launched the Aurajet, an inspired new showering design that defies convention.

AJAR and the Comfort of Contemporary Bedding

Of all rooms in the home, the bedroom is one where comfort is perhaps most paramount. As the place to relax and spend time gathering forces for the day to day, the bedroom is a place where special care should be taken in design. These beds from AJAR exemplify the relaxing mood the bedroom should be

10 Reasons to Join Us for Contemporary Wine In Design

10 reasons why you won’t want to miss Contemporary Wine In Design.

Barazza – Made to Measure, Made to Last

For more than 40 years, Italy’s Barazza has been at the cutting-edge of kitchen design. The design brand’s Made to Measure range of integrated worktops are able to seamlessly incorporate hobs, sinks and accessories into high-grade stainless steel

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