Welcome to the Eccentric issue! This quarter we’ve left no holds barred, completely embraced the theme and left nothing to the imagination...
The Pritzker Award winning Japanese architect of radical emergency housing is in Sydney this weekend to open a retrospective of his ground-breaking work.
Change is in with air, but is the future of residential design looking bright?
New York-founded, Hong Kong-based Lim + Lu have brought their distinctive east-meets-west design style to a new café–restaurant on the central district in Hong Kong.
Heritage architects with an eye to the future, Tonkin Zulaikha Greer are reshaping the urbanscape of Sydney.
The House with Pianos design came together through a continuous weaving of different design elements that, together, convey a narrative and create a unique, liveable space.
Dowel Jones are fostering a culture of creativity and collaboration Australia-wide. Rebecca Gross chats to the Melbourne-based dynamic duo, Dale Hardiman and Adam Lynch, to get their insights.
Damien Hirst, the London Design Festival, and the British Council are just a few of the notches on the belt of this Australian curator.
Located in Petaling Jaya, Kuala Lumpur, the SS3 House possesses generous spatial volumes conveyed with raw materials that backdrop a vast collection of memorabilia, creating a homely atmosphere for a family spanning three generations. Stephanie Peh writes.
An Irish family is living their Australian Dream surrounded by the nature and wildlife of the archetypal Aussie Outback.
Around the World in 30 Years: Aesop’s latest venture in Downtown L.A. has all the trademarks of their archetypal approach to their stores' interiors – custom, unique, locally influenced and highly conceptual.