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Claudia Damichi: Life in Technicolour

Artist Claudia Damichi takes her work to new heights on Sydney’s facades with optical geometrics that revitalise rendered brick and spur passers by to look up from their phones.

Tyler Brulé on Quality of Life

Tyler Brulé on what makes a city truly liveable.

S Hotel: Philippe Starck’s latest Asian Adventure

In recent years, Taiwan’s capital, Taipei has seen a slew of hotel openings from big names such as Mandarin Oriental and smaller scale locally designed boutique hotels such as Chez Nous. French design superstar Philippe Starck’s S Hotel sits in the middle of the pack, with 103 guestrooms, a dining room with a Michelin pedigree and Starck’s signature eclecticism a draw card in its own right

Kelvin Ho: A Humble Warrior

Enjoy a sneak peak into Habitus #36, the Nourish issue, out next week. Kelvin Ho, the man behind AKIN Creative and countless Sydney spaces (residential, retail and hospitality alike) invites Deputy Editor Holly Cunneen into his home.

L’Hôtel Marrakech Illuminates The Grandeur Of Old-World Morocco

Tiptoeing between outstanding opulence and characterful charm, this restored traditional Moroccan home turned luxury hotel will pull at all of your heartstrings.

A True Modernist by KAVELLARIS URBAN DESIGN

Integrating optical illusions into the design, this home from KAVELLARIS URBAN DESIGN beautifully subverts the canon of the classic home.

Exploring Perspectives on Place

A new exhibition running from 27 May to 23 July at the Cambelltown Arts Centre is a vehicle of expression for local Artists on Western Sydney and all of its conceptions, misconceptions, past and future.

What A Camera Can’t Capture

Sri Panwa, a new, ocean-wrapped luxury resort in Phuket, showcases local design and indigenous inspired architecture.

A Very Technical Build By Alexandra Buchanan

“A challenging project from the very beginning”, Alexandra Buchanan was the perfect woman for the job – so say the beaming young family who now occupy the enviable space.

Legendary Hospitality at the Jackalope

A new boutique hotel on Melbourne’s Mornington Peninsula is redefining luxury for today. The Jackalope Hotel was a welcome challenge for Carr Design Group.

Out of Tragedy Comes Opportunity

When the devastating Black Saturday fires swept through Victorian bush land it was hard for anyone to imagine a positive outcome. However, nearly a decade on Steffen Welsch Architects have helped one young family find their silver lining, Holly Cunneen finds.

Design Dissolves Barriers at Aesop

A stylish homage to the history of Melbourne’s first suburb, we take a closer look at Aesop Fitzroy’s finely detailed new design by Clare Cousins Architects.

The Step Down House

A new rear addition to an original Federation 1910s dwelling in Willoughby, Sydney has helped create new connections to outdoors, while a renovation has breathed new life into the existing dwelling

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