Strong design credentials and bold branding have become integral, success-determining elements in our increasingly competitive hospitality industry. With so many impressive interiors in our midst, designers are constantly pressured to up the creative ante. Elana Castle looks at a few of the standout restaurant and cafe interiors to emerge in recent months.
The brief was to create a contemporary, inner city home for four without sacrificing the warmth that comes from a family home. The result, from Plazibat Architects, is a modern, generous L shaped house based around a private inner courtyard.
A newly renovated home in Melbourne's inner city showcases a timeless aesthetic and immaculate build from Nest Architects.
When a Danish couple became enamoured with Australia and set about making a home for themselves in North Sydney, they probably didn't anticipate the tricky design process ahead of them.
Opened in late 2014, Mrs. Pound is a speakeasy and restaurant discretely perched on a sloping corner in Hong Kong’s famous antiques district, Sheung Wan.
Using a diverse array of recycled, re-milled and salvaged timbers, Ben Callery Architects have created a thermally efficient and low embodied energy home, which is visually compelling writes Justin Farmer.
Usually small spaces, the en suite can prove a tricky room to make comfortable. Here, we see a range of designs that work - and beautifully.
In this luxury two-unit renovation at Bondi Beach, mirrors enhance a sense of space in the small bathroom.
When Australia’s SJB Architects were invited to design the Bathroom of the Future for Kohler’s Flagship store in Shanghai, China they envisaged a luxurious cocoon of new age materials. Here it is.
It sounds like a contradiction, but yes, this house is private despite being in an awkward corner site by a roundabout with a high volume of traffic.
Above: Brandling street Home by Elaine Richardson Architects / Photography by Florian Grohen 1 [&hellip