Protecting Iconic Australian Homes

With Sydney’s real estate at an ever-increasing premium and the process of listing heritage homes becoming more difficult, the future of many iconic Australian houses is under serious threat

Making Iconic Houses

The talk series will look at 29 iconic houses and their creation by the architects behind them

Baba Coffee and Side Table from Poliform

Designed by Roberto Barbieri, the Baba coffee table collection is able to personalise any room thanks to its informal and versatile style

Rose Seidler House Focus Tour

Join Sydney Living Museums portfolio curator Joanna Nicholas on a tour of the iconic Rose Seidler house

Living In Iconic Australian Houses

What does it feel like living in one of Australia's iconic houses

Endless Stair becomes Scale Infinite

A new interpretation of the extraordinary Endless Stair hardwood structure has been unveiled in Milan

The Petit + Sevitt Courtyard House Focus Tour

The Pettit + Sevitt Courtyard House was designed in 1965, when Sydney began to shift

New ‘Clone’ Light from Classiclite

The newly expanded Clone range offers a larger format of the original modular, versatile and attractive lighting solution that suits a variety of settings.

Designing Iconic Australian Houses

Designing and building an iconic home can only be achieved with through the collaboration of a dynamic team who share an inspired and creative goal

Iconic Australian Houses Focus Tours

Join Sydney Living Museums for a wonderful opportunity to see inside some of Australia's iconic houses that are rarely open to the public

Meet The Masters

A unique opportunity to meet four of Australia’s most respected and influential architects – Glenn Murcutt, Professor Brit Andresen, Richard Leplastrier and Peter Stutchbury

Iconic Australian Houses

Iconic Australian Houses, at the Museum of Sydney, will explore 30 iconic architect-designed 20th century houses from the past 60 years

Maxalto Febo Collection from Space

Maxalto presents a series of new and innovative additions to the elegant Febo collection by Antonio Citterio

Colours of Country

One of the highlights of Sydney Art Month is this new exhibition of Western Desert art. By Stephen Lacey


EMBASSY is a transformation of the ready-made and an exploration of the unconventional. Annie Reid closes in on a new experimental project in Melbourne.

UR[BNE] Collective and UR[BNE] Festival.

In August 2011, four Brisbane designers - Brooke Williams, Yen Trinh, Amy Grey and Sonia Kirby - founded UR[BNE] Collective, the creative force behind Containerval (now Eat Street Markets) and all-white pop-up picnic Diner en Blanc, in a bid to drive local urban intervention. By Stephanie Madison.

Mid-Century Modern: Australian Furniture Design

Mid-Century Modern: Australian Furniture Design is the first major exhibition dedicated to Australian furniture of the 1940s to the 1970s; a period of dynamic social change as Australians embraced modern ideals to encapsulate a new, cosmopolitan mode of living characterised by innovative and flexible furniture design

“The Vintage Jewels” by Megan Hess for Designer Rugs

Designer Rugs is thrilled to unveil “The Vintage Jewels” by Megan Hess - three intricately detailed, hand-tufted, New Zealand Wool and bamboo designs, available exclusively from Designer Rugs

Semi-Permanent 2014

Semi-Permanent presents its biggest event yet, featuring Tony Hawk, Mr Brainwash, Andrew Denton and more

New Weave: Contemporary Approaches To The Traditions Of Weaving

Object: Australian Design Centre presents New Weave: Contemporary Approaches to the Traditions of Weaving. An exhibition of the handmade to be shown at Object Gallery from 6 February to 29 March
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