When Nicola Lie asked Antonia Pesenti, co-founder of MAKE Creative and close friend, to give her boutique, Poepke, a redesign and refresh, Antonia was thrilled to be a part of the transformation.
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.
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.
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.
What is the new Cambodian architecture? Studiogoto’s design for Alila Villas Koh Russey inevitably brings up this discourse in its referencing of cultural elements within a contemporary foil.
While the passage of time will continue to evolve this warehouse café, a clever, considered design by Splinter Society means its industrial past won’t be left behind.
The Sherman Centre for Culture and Ideas (SCCI) is back this year with its vibrant ten-day festival, the SCCI Architecture Hub 2019. Tickets are going fast!
Winter Architecture and Zunica have transformed the pavilion at Kinley Cricket Club into one that fosters community engagement and activation.
A compact site in central Beijing totalling just 34m² gives local architecture studio, Office AIO, the platform to turn design constraints into serious opportunities.
Tea drinking may be steeped in tradition but 蜜葉裡 Ambrosia has been designed by Biasol for the modern, mindful tea drinker of today.
What will the high-end car showrooms of the future look like? Australian architecture firm SJB’s luxurious new state-of-the-art space for BMW and MINI in Sydney’s Rushcutters Bay points the way.
The Toyko Digital Art Museum is brought to you by the Tokyo-based art collective teamLab and Japanese developers, Mori Building Co. They take a borderless approach to art and architecture in an immersive experience.