A Potts Point renovation by Retallack Thompson Architects is an example of contemporary, inner-city living with details throughout that remember the historical context of the street.
When Nicola Lie asked MAKE Creative to give her boutique, Poepke, a redesign and refresh the cross-disciplinary design duo, Antonia Pesenti and Patricia Bondin were thrilled to be a part of the transformation.
Very conservatively speaking, any architect would have at least one experience where they are yearning to try something – an unconventional layout, a modified detail, even a new material – only to be firmly told ‘no’ by their client.
The multi-residential building game has long been a developer-driven one. One where the notion of a building as a commodity reigns supreme, and design-thinking, sustainability and end-user needs are more like an afterthought than guiding principles.
Hidden on the top level of the iconic Westfield Pitt Street Complex in Sydney’s bustling business district, Duck & Rice is an extravagant Cantonese hospitality experience designed by Hogg & Lamb.
Wincy Tang of Rhiss Interior has given her repeat clients a home with beautiful textured walls, effectively setting it apart from the other units in the cluster housing estate.
Paris-based designer Valerie Rostaing succeeds in avoiding all the cliches (think: sterile art museum) in favour of a homey residence with artworks by the likes of Picasso and David Hockney.
I first heard about Satellite Island in 2014 in what seemed like whispers. A rugged and remote island which lies unspoilt off the southern Tasmanian mainland. I had bought a one way ticket to Tasmania to really immerse myself in the search for authentic Australian homes for my book I was shooting, Shelter.
A decrepit home in the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, fallen into a seeming state of disrepair is transformed into an eclectic weekender for a couple seeking a rural sanctuary.
Designed by LAYAN and The Flaming Beacon, an illuminated façade screen transforms the interior of Light House with ever-changing light and shadows dependent on the seasons and time of day.
Given our increasingly frenetic lives, isolation might be the biggest luxury of all, especially when it’s experienced at Lindis Lodge in New Zealand by Architecture Workshop.