Drawing inspiration from early modernist and mid-century modern architecture, Humphrey & Edwards Architects’ design for Gerrale St Kitchen is well-fitted to the beachside suburban context it resides in.
"I’m interested in this idea of limitations, whether real or imagined, and how we respond to these," says Skye Jefferys, an Australian-born artist who now calls Singapore her home. Naomi Russo writes.
This home by K2LD Architects plays with internal scale to make the most of sweeping views across Melbourne
“It’s what’s on the inside that counts,” is the motto of designer Kestie Lane, founder of Kestie Lane Studio. And for this designer it’s heart and soul for what she does, as well as a quiet confidence and effortlessness that emanates in her work. Rebecca Gross reports.
With sweeping views over the New South Wales Megalong Valley, the ‘Invisible House’ by Peter Stutchbury Architecture captures the essence of the Australian landscape. Ashley Tucker reports.
Tucked away in Surry Hills, Sharpie’s Golf House has stood as a last vestige of the Sydney suburb’s industrial legacy. Now, PTI Architecture collaborates with fashion designer Collette Dinnigan to turn Golf House into a modern luxury residence.
Just a block back from Manly Beach, this penthouse redevelopment, one of the first projects for young designers CM Studio, channels the natural feeling of the ocean into a modern sophisticated aesthetic.
Taking inspiration from the Paris Metro, Porcelain Bear’s Metro series of tables bring style and design to a gritty urban aesthetic
Cult celebrates the 40th Anniversary of Magis with a dedicated pop-up showcase to highlight the sophisticated, energetic and surprising works of design in their Sydney and Melbourne Showrooms.
The Creer House by Hancock Architects sees a contemporary and minimalist residential design imbued with a sense of warmth for a family friendly result.
Habitus’ conversation series at Melbourne Indesign in August explores the next frontiers in living: Protect, Disrupt and Light.
Whether designing for commercial, residential or hospitality projects, there are universal considerations when specifying bathroom products. Budget, timeframe and quality are always key concerns, but another feature has become just as integral to every specification: sustainability.
Indesign: The Event returns to Australia’s capital of culture on Friday 12th and Saturday 13th of August 2016. Melbourne Indesign 2016 is an immersive, highly curated design experience, for the industry and by the industry
In celebration of the Harry Bertoia Centennial, Knoll has introduced the Bertoia Diamond Chair in an 18-karat gold-plated finish, developed in conjunction with the 50th anniversary of the Platner Collection
The Charles Wilson designed Carafe Table is a modern table that blurs the lines between work, play, creation and conversation.
Part jewellery, part industry, the new Chain series of lights from Volker Haug are simultaneously delicate and bold, playing with ideas of weight and scale