Can outdoor dining be the ultimate complement to the kitchen?
Though once a taboo in interior design and architecture, the black interior has gained currency, as these 7 homes showcase.
Open House Melbourne has launched its 2022 program and it’s the post-COVID return to normal that we’ve all been craving… plus more.
Ash Holmes and her partner Jake Elliott represent the new wave of arts on the Northern Beaches of New South Wales. The proud founders of Hake, House of Art, the duo’s elegant gallery and photographic studio meshes a touch of L.A.’s Abbot Kinney, with a subtle, Japanese aesthetic.
While rammed earth has been used in construction for millennia – famously for parts of The Great Wall of China – it has recently come back into fashion thanks to a move toward conscious design and an adjacent desire for natural and locally-inspired aesthetics.
This breathtaking residence showcases the vast uses and timeless style of Phoenix’s collection of functional fixtures.
Australia’s first off-the-plan Passive House development features a swag of energy-saving technologies, including appliances from sustainability leader V-ZUG.
It’s no small feat to present a display that makes the hustle and bustle of Milan Design Week fade away. Yet Gaggenau seems to have achieved the impossible, with its extraordinary installation at Villa Necchi Campiglio designed to provide a welcome respite from the business of the fair.
Within two years of opening their doors, Kaolin have upscaled their showroom to inspire designers and home decorators with the beauty and versatility of their premium natural stone-like tiles.
Designer Kit Willow is blazing a trail with KITX. Her second fashion label – which came into being in 2015 – has a powerful mandate to champion planet conscious fashion for future generations, without sacrificing style and quality.
Since 1905, Leichhardt in NSW has been home to an industrial, hangar-like military building, a drill hall. The task for Tobias Partners was two-fold — restore the historical elements of the structure while also echoing the heritage details indoors in a contemporary reimagining of the space.