Framed in curved pipes recalling Chinese architecture to the fish tanks, Ricky & Pinky is a taste of traditional Chinese dining with a modern twist
Located in the heart of Sydney, Nour is offering a new dining experience that channels the Middle East through light, design and cuisine.
Celebrating the best of Melbourne, the Garden State provides a lush oasis at the heart of a design-rich labyrinth of restaurants and bars.
We Are Huntly has created a coruscating destination for Melbourne’s inner city denizens. The Penny Drop is the latest project by the Melbourne interior design studio.
Housed in an early 1900s Federation-style building, the Dolphin Hotel in Surry Hills, Sydney, has a long history. This year however has marked a new era for the establishment with a design-led renovation that’s seen the interior stripped to its bones, wrapped in plastic and canvas, and tied up with string.
The Little Evie Café in Redfern, Sydney, is light and open, taking advantage of its corner location and a touch of nostalgia. Rebecca Gross writes.
The oven is firing and the bagel trend in Sydney is showing no signs of slowing down, with Smoking Gun Bagels opening to showcase Montreal style bagels.
At Lot.1 – a new café, restaurant and cocktail bar at 20 York Street in Sydney – the coffee swirl has been taken to yet another level and translated into the interior architecture of the space. Rebecca Gross writes.
The Kittyhawk is a Sydney bar and restaurant designed by AZBcreative, and carrying a powerful personality through its vintage style and electric atmosphere.
Green Door Wines’ cellar door, designed by Archterra’s Paul O’Reilly, has all the robustness, sensuality and spice one might expect from a good bottle of wine. Rebecca Gross writes.
ME Architects’ multi-awarded restaurant Gauge offers a calm retreat from South Brisbane’s busy Grey Street. Leanne Amodeo talks to architect Matthew Eagle about the elegant yet unpretentious fit-out.
Japanese restaurant Kiyomi injects a sense of warmth into the Jupiters Casino complex, courtesy of a richly detailed fit-out by Luchetti Krelle, as Leanne Amodeo discovers.
Australian designer Emma Maxwell has lent her theatrical flair to the new Café Melba in Singapore's Mediapolis@one-north.