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Posted By Sandra Tan

SJB Turns 40

We say happy birthday to the design firm behind some of Australia’s most intriguing built environments, as they celebrate a milestone year with glittering festivities at their Melbourne atelier studio.

The Biggest Ever MPavilion Program For 2017

Perhaps the most inclusive and innovative MPavilion program to date is determined to bring design to the people. Introducing a new regional focus as well as dedicated sessions for littlies, parents and older citizens.

The House Of Dior Returns To Australia

A dazzling collection of the iconic couturier’s most detailed work, along with select pieces by former creative director Raf Simons, is open to the public at the National Gallery of Victoria.

All Aboard Northcote STN

A conversation on collaboration with the Melbourne-based owners behind Northcote’s trendiest new café, with branding by Pop&Pac and interiors by Studio Tate.

Dramatic Ceramic: Ryan L Foote

Operating at the nexus of product design, art and cuisine, multidisciplinary artist Ryan L Footes invites Sandra Tan into his humble – yet purposefully designed – abode.

Immersive Design at Beyond Rest

What’s the fuss about floating? Sandra Tan speaks to Nick and Fiona Dunin, two out of three siblings behind the Beyond Rest floatation centres, visiting their newly-launched facility in Collingwood to find out.

Kister Architects’ Church Conversion

Direct from the pages of Habitus #36, Ilana Kister of Kister Architects has taken a dilapidated, inner city church and turned it into her studio’s headquarters; seamlessly connected to the home she shares with her three young daughters.

Design Dissolves Barriers at Aesop

A stylish homage to the history of Melbourne’s first suburb, we take a closer look at Aesop Fitzroy’s finely detailed new design by Clare Cousins Architects.




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