Cantilever’s latest kitchen created in collaboration with Kett is called EDIT – which spelled backwards reads’ tide’. Taking inspiration from the recurring rhythm of a wave and its visual and emotive qualities, an affinity with the natural world informs the creative process, the colour palette and the kitchen’s engaging materiality.
When creating liveable premium spaces, partnering with like-minded manufacturers is paramount to achieving ultimate convenience and comfort for the end-user. Mazzei’s latest Ferndale Road development is precisely that.
When Cantilever was invited to co-design the kitchen space in Cosh Living’s new Richmond showroom along with furniture design studio Kett, the vision was clear. As the unquestionable heart of any home, the kitchen is an intuitive household junction all family and friends gravitate towards – and it was the universal and innately familiar appeal of this essential household space the design team set out to encapsulate. The result was EDIT.
With their ethos firmly anchored in sustainability, VOLA has been celebrating the life-giving power of water through timeless, durable and modern tap design since its inception in 1968.
Living up to their German ethos of Immer Besser (forever better), Miele never settles in the pursuit of constant improvement. The revolutionary G7000 series of dishwashers is a unique expression of that spirit and is now available to Australian Design Hunters.
Design and renovation duo Michael and Carlene (“The Block”, “Ready, Set, Reno”, “Open Homes Australia”) tackle their biggest project to date, transforming their own property into a dream family home
Collaboration is a source of invaluable knowledge and an opportunity to understand the perspective of the industry expert on the other end of the project. Robson Rak Architects and George Fethers demonstrate it is also a chance to create better designs – and form better relationships.
Studio Esteta has taken a beach house with good bones and mid-century lineage in Victoria, and mindfully renovated it to the standard of contemporary creature comforts – Zip HydroTaps included.
From the rich warmth of a pixelated sunset or ethereal otherworldly shapes, to designs inspired by the act of turning a page of a book or even an ice cream – this year’s Evolve Awards were all about patient craft, adventurous spirit, thoughtful geometry and finding inspiration in the most surprising places.
We sit down for an exclusive chat with Caroma’s Luke Di Michiel to talk about how the role of the bathroom has evolved, uncover the design intent behind Caroma Vogue’s latest collection – and why the Urbane II basin mixer is the designer’s personal favourite.