A private residence in a very public space

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.

6 Bathrooms that Feature Tiles

Above: Brandling street Home by Elaine Richardson Architects / Photography by Florian Grohen   1 [&hellip

What makes a Family-friendly Kitchen?

As we begin a month dedicated to kitchens and bathrooms, in preparation for Habitus Magazine's first ever special issue, we look at a project by David Bartlett - which won the 2014 KBDi NSW Kitchen Designer award for Large Kitchens.

Habitus Loves: Plywood Kitchens

Above: Hello House by OOF! Architecture   1 | Chicory Kiln Renovation, Phillip Island Victoria [&hellip

The bleeding edge of design

Offering patrons a considered, intimate alternative to mainstream hairdressers, Herr Blick pairs Scandinavian design elements and attention to clients' needs. Alice Blackwood reports.

A Dark prison becomes light Cafe

Once a prison, Jury cafe is a light and playful space.

An Extension Inspired by Location

Sitting neatly against the backdrop of the original house and in an idyllic landscape, Plinth House is a simple extension that takes advantage of its location.We speak to Principle Architect Luke Stanley about the design.

Chiara, by loopcreative

Loopcreative explain the concept, design and execution of Chiara, a new Italian restaurant in Melbourne's Docklands.

6 homes that embrace brick

A material often used but less celebrated, today we look at some inventive and beautiful designs using the humble brick.

Exploring tapestry and stitching in Architecture

A set of three tapestries resulted in a design exploring the rich concept of stitching, as Annie Reid finds.

The Significance of Culture through Design

Technē Architecture + Interior Design have transformed the once drab interior of the MRC (Melbourne Racing Club) Medallion bar at Caulfield Racecourse into an elegant and highly functioning spectator hub. Elana Castle explores.

What does the home of Chef Roberto Scheriani look like?

Thanks to Jon Mikulic, of Newline Design, Roberto Scheriani has a comfortable living space, designed around family, art and the blue sky.

Excitement meets Relaxation: The Ultimate Design Getaway

To be at the beach but to indulge in an enclosed compound may sounds paradoxical at first, but Wynn A. Bay finds out what detains guests inside this restaurant-turned-resort that is beside the customised breakfast in bed


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