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The Ripple Effect

The Ripple Hotel takes Hangzhou’s boutique hotel scene to the next level. Christie Lee writes

This Retail Space for Designer Department Store, JOOOS is Super E-P-I-C

Designed by X-living, the new retail environment for Chinese department store JOOOS in Hangzhou shows us why the design industry is the ultimate antidote to online shopping.

Inside A House with an Atrium

In a quiet Queenstown neighbourhood, a family house by RT+Q Architects defies the disadvantages of its site and poses creative solutions to bring light and air into its interior spaces. Olha Romaniuk writes.

Design Destination: Piermont

Though its famously moody climate is perhaps more often endured than enjoyed, Tasmania’s rugged splendour has always drawn a crowd.

Lo & Behold The Warehouse Hotel restoration is complete

The much-anticipated restoration of this Heritage-listed hotel is complete and what’s resulted is a blend of old world charm and modern day industrial.

A “Naturally Comfortable” Home Makes Sustainability Look Easy

Ben Callery Architects were charged with clients who wanted to move up not out, strict council regulations, and sustainable living in all its forms.

Colourful Captain Grey – Isn’t it Ironic?

Biasol: Design Studio’s recent fit-out for Captain Grey takes its cue from the pastel coloured facades of Miami’s South Beach, Leanne Amodeo discovers.

Love at First Sight

The renovation and extension to this Brisbane home fuses contemporary and traditional architecture to bring a new focus to sweeping city views.

Designing On a Slope

The Gordon’s Bay House overcomes a steep site to gracefully walk a line between privacy and spectacular views.

Welcome to Little Hugh

Biasol Design Studio’s recent fit-out for Little Hugh cafe flaunts the prodigious practice’s signature modern styling.

The Plump Duck Sydney by DS17

Newly launched at Sydney’s World Square, The Plump Duck comes to you from the same creative mind behind Alpha Restaurant, Beta Bar and Nour.

Life on the edge of New Zealand’s largest city

Wine making, carpentry, animal husbandry and raising kids – a West Auckland family needed a home that could stand up to their active lifestyle.

A Home built around Gatherings and a Rain Tree

The relationship between nature and architecture is clear in this project by ONG&ONG. As well as a sense of natural tactility in the materials, the family home in Singapore has been designed around a 'colossal' pre-war Rain Tree that existed on the site.

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