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This Retail Space for Designer Department Store, JOOOS is Super E-P-I-C

Designed by X-living, the new retail environment for Chinese department store JOOOS in Hangzhou shows us why the design industry is the ultimate antidote to online shopping.

Lo & Behold The Warehouse Hotel restoration is complete

The much-anticipated restoration of this Heritage-listed hotel is complete and what’s resulted is a blend of old world charm and modern day industrial.

A “Naturally Comfortable” Home Makes Sustainability Look Easy

Ben Callery Architects were charged with clients who wanted to move up not out, strict council regulations, and sustainable living in all its forms.

The machine is no longer the enemy

The Trend Union Seminar – forecasting Southern Hemisphere-lead trends in fashion, textiles, colour design and interiors – is on in Sydney this Wednesday (11th) and in Melbourne this Thursday (12th).

Designing On a Slope

The Gordon’s Bay House overcomes a steep site to gracefully walk a line between privacy and spectacular views.

The Plump Duck Sydney by DS17

Newly launched at Sydney’s World Square, The Plump Duck comes to you from the same creative mind behind Alpha Restaurant, Beta Bar and Nour.

Who’s Afraid of Colour?

The National Galleries of Victoria is colouring perceptions of Indigenous women’s art, one exhibition at a time.

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Have you heard? Habitus has a new Guest Feature Editor

As a journalist, Stephen Todd has always preferred to go off-piste, seeking out subjects others routinely pass by. Now, he’s doing just that within the pages of Habitus for your Design Hunter reading pleasure.

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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

The State of Architecture + Design Today

Across Asia Pacific, the A+D creative and commercial community is enjoying a particularly favourable position. But, how did we get here?

Who Has Changed the World of Design … For YOU?

Indesign’s Luminaries return in 2017 for our inaugural INDE.Awards. Meet the shortlist.

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A Sunburned Country: Design and the Australian Sun

Few would disagree that, as a nation, we love the great outdoors. But sometimes it doesn’t love us back. How does A+D respond to the harsh conditions of the Australian climate?

Put it to the People

The INDE.Awards 2017 is proud to announce that voting for our People’s Choice categories is now open. Vote for your 2017 INDE Prodigy now.

Greater than the Sum of its Parts

Inspired by the law of simplicity and Japanese aesthetics, the Half chair is the latest from Spanish studio Cuatro Cuatros.

Sandra Tan – meet our Melbourne Editor-at-Large

Fresh faced and rearing to go, meet the newest addition to our team.

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