A rammed earth guest house in Byron Bay by Thais Pupio Design champions the ancient building material with incredibly appealing results.
Connection to the outdoors is as highly desirable in the bathroom as it is in a residence’s living areas, where letting the outside in weighs positively on an individual’s wellbeing.
Luigi Rosselli’s sympathetic, sensual approach has given rise to some of Sydney’s most beautiful residential projects. His own home is a wonderland of family histories and the architect himself is a lover of all styles, with many a story to tell.
Director Vanessa Katsanevakis heads Sussex Taps, the Melbourne-based manufacturer her father established in the 1990s. Habitus talks to her about his legacy and her thoughts on the next big trends in tapware.
As the director of his eponymous studio, Shaun Lockyer is responsible for some of Queensland’s most stunning, environmentally responsible homes. Leanne Amodeo talks to the Brisbane-based architect about the practice’s recent projects.
Integrating the kitchen island and dining table may be a response to small footprint living, but it also upholds the kitchen as the heart of the home, as Leanne Amodeo, guest feature editor of the Kitchen & Bathroom issue, discovers.
Two of Australia’s most exciting young architects, Graham Charbonneau and Dave Bickmore are creating narrative-rich spatial experiences as directors of Studio -Gram.
These five contemporary Australian kitchen designs show how a connection to the outdoors can make the heart of the home an even better place to be.