Welcome to the first in our new occasional series where we peek behind the public face of editors, designers, their manufacturers and retailers. Where better to start than with our own Ediitorial Director, Paul McGillick
Breaking free from the common approach of defining spaces by their function, TT Apartment explores the idea of a transformable space; a design that seeks to accommodate life in a tight spatial layout. Words by Philippa Daly
Creativity is what Peruvian architect Luis Gomez Siu certainly knows best. When he first moved to Australia he had the idea to furnish his place with cost efficient materials that he could make himself. Now he runs the highly successful Capas Furniture. We talk to him about life, Messina and design
In the Folds of Hills depicts life in the secluded valleys around Lima, a rural area a little over 100 kms northwest from Melbourne, Victoria. A book of extraordinary documentary photography and heart warming stories.
This house was designed and built by its owners, architects Kausar Hukumchand and Sarita Chand, to be a model of ingenuity, affordability and environmental civility. Paul McGillick discovers a bushland refuge in suburban Sydney