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Australian-owned developer, Central Element, proves that downsizing need not mean a compromise on quality finishes, fixtures and fittings with its latest boutique development, Mera by PBD Architects.
Versatility and sophistication inform the design of the all-new SEDIS seating range crafted by anaca studio’s principal Anne-Claire Petre and available exclusively at Stylecraft.
How do you add emphasis and a point of difference when working with a cookie-cutter building shell? Space Popular created a monochrome backdrop to let a collection of custom furniture visually punch through.
Given a World Heritage Site as the starting point for a residential project, as an architect why wouldn’t you take inspiration from your surrounds? Tasmanian timber is the hero of this Tasmanian project.
Danish brand Vipp finds a new home at CULT. With them, they bring a varied – yet considered – collection ranging from bins, lighting, home accessories to complete kitchen and bathroom modules.
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.
ME Architects’ multi-awarded restaurant Gauge offers a calm retreat from South Brisbane’s busy Grey Street. Leanne Amodeo talks to architect Matthew Eagle about the elegant yet unpretentious fit-out.
From the first meeting with clients Angie and Vic, and their Dalmatian Pirate, the brief was always to create a dramatic statement with the design. An impression of awe upon entering was the main goal for the Lahinch House. The house was conceived with a focus on entertaining guests; a space the owners could regularly […]
Renovating a heritage home is never an easy task, particularly when the house has a rich aesthetic and history of being an inter-war period home. Tasked with reimagining the residence as a contemporary, multi-generational home, Lai Cheong Brown took the challenge head on.