The Terminus Hotel – or the ‘grand old lady’ of Abbotsford, is a Melbourne institution. Thanks to an inspiring collaboration between Sand Hill Road and Techné Architecture + Interior Design, it has a new lease on life.
Nestled in the foothills of Mount Wellington, Tasmania, Little Big House responds directly to its location and celebrates its beauty.
The founder of Spence and Lyda does not follow fashion. Paul McGillick discovers she follows her own taste.
The desire for privacy and the need to belong are a part of human nature. Tonkao Panin looks at a housing project in Bangkok by CASE which aims to reconcile these two often conflicting needs.
The design of RAW hair Salon, in Surry Hills, Sydney, is about texture and detail - just like the salon's philosophy.
With a view as good as this, it makes sense to embrace it. Onion architects, have done this precisely in Sala Rattanakosin - a renovation project in Bangkok. Words by Tess Ritchie.
Brandling Street House, by Elaine Richardson Architects, is a new build in a conservation zone. The result is a light, colourful and open family home. Words by Tess Ritchie.
A small space pushes the creativity of designers; how can a space feel open, at least not cramped, but fit all the necessary amenities? Here we look at apartments from Melbourne to Little India that have done so in their own way.
A dining space by the sea with starlight above and city light below, Wynn A. Bay has found the perfect place to end the night.
Some retail stores make shopping entirely enjoyable. Seed's store in Melbourne Emporium, by Mim Design, is one. It's bold and charming and celebrates the retailer's iconic style.
A home can be seen an ongoing expression of its occupants. Darlene Smyth discovers a project by Bedmar & Shi in Singapore, that takes the dual nature of family living, and represents them quite literally.
De Vere Gardens Flat belongs to an extended family of several generations from South East Asia, who visit London often. VW+BS transformed it to suit.