Designed by Melbourne-based Honeyman + Smith Architects, the Shift House is an addition to an existing farmhouse in Harkaway, Victoria that maintains a connection to the existing residence and surrounding landscape.
In early November, over 2,000 architects and designers descended on Marina Bay Sands in Singapore for three days of discussion and debate at the World Architecture Festival and INSIDE World Festival of Ideas. The Asia Pacific region was well represented, reports Narelle Yabuka
Japan has faced numerous natural disasters in its recent history, including in 2011 when the Great East Japan Earthquake struck the country. Since this disaster people are now seeking a more versatile solution that is appropriate for a variety of situations, which has spurred the development of an emergency preparedness kit that includes the bare minimum necessary for a city-dweller to make it to a place of refuge during an earthquake or other disaster.
JANUS et Cie, a luxury designer and supplier of indoor and outdoor furnishings, opened its flagship showroom in Sydney this month.
Aesop recently unveiled a new microsite titled Taxonomy of Design – a digital archive of signature stores which pays tribute to the creative processes, materials and features that distinguish Aesop spaces, and to the designers and architects with whom the company collaborates
There’s fashion and there’s design, which endures over time.
Stormtech’s 65AG100 and 38G90 Special Assembly products are narrow profile, high capacity drainage systems that allow for flexibility in landscape and pool design and construction, including wet edge or infinity pool situations. This patented manifold drainage system reduces the need for traditional wider grating.
The quirky yet striking memobottle family has grown with the launch of the new A6 size bottle; an even more compact and discreet way was travelling with water
The second Lee Ho Fook restaurant transforms a pocket-sized interior off Flinders Lane into a refined space that takes inspiration from modern and old Chinese culture
Space is a premium in today’s renovation and new build worlds. Do not compromise on look or function, but save space with an inwall toilet system by Geberit
What defines iconic design? And what are the pros and cons of putting respected designers, products, brands and buildings on a pedestal? Sophie Davies explores our love affair with making things iconic.
Tales of Wood is over thirty years old, and tells a story of a marriage of classic design elegance and functionality