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Through the Looking Glass House by Ben Callery Architects presents an unconventional and playful solution to the constraints of a Victorian terrace.
Not only does 2022 see the return of Salone, it’s also the EuroCucina and Euro Bagno. With kitchens and bathrooms the most important rooms of any home, we share the latest as seen on the ground in Milan.
From Gessi, the Rilievo collection is a tapware and bathroom range that celebrates the beauty of geometry, while delivering world class performance.
With a new year in the mix and feeling of renewal in the air, we look at ways to rejuvenate the home for the year ahead.
From tapware, to showers, baths, basins and toilets, the Provincial Collection is Abey’s sleek, stylish all in one solution for contemporary kitchen and bathrooms.
Available through Abey, Gareth Ashton is a sleek, contemporary range of bathroom finishes to propel your space to a global standard of design.
Abey’s range of Marine Grade stainless steel sinks and mixers are the ideal fixtures and fittings for an al fresco kitchen worthy of antipodean living.
Fitzroy Terrace by Taylor Knights heralds a highly considered contemporary design, that quite literally turns the conventional perception of the Victorian terrace on its head.
Grove Architects designed Bundeena Beach House, perched on a rocky headland in Royal National Park, to be sensitive to its neighbourhood, landscape and residents.
Jost Architects knits a contemporary dwelling into the suburban fabric of Kew East, whilst capitalising on its unique, native settings.
Designed by Downie North, Kondo Condo – named for tidying-up guru Marie Kondo – radiates the sense of calm and beauty that comes from a well-organised space.
The past year has seen an increase in architecturally designed and interior inspired product design. These, amongst others, have caught our attention. A combination of creative and design disciplines, this list of products and objects don’t compromise on functionality, style or performance.
From Abey, the Gessi 316 tapware range is a beautiful expression of Gessi’s style, creativity, and technology – adding warmth to bathroom and kitchen design.
Gessi, luxury Italian design brand, has released the Gessi 316 range to Australia exclusively via Victorian specialist retailer e&s, and it’s time to celebrate.
In their 50th anniversary year, Barazza is still evolving and changing how we perceive the kitchen space. At EuroCucina this year, the brand’s latest products were out on show.
German-born high-end appliance brand Gaggenau engaged Sue Carr of Carr Design Group for the design of their new flagship showroom in Melbourne. Drawing on the brand’s heritage, the design brief took inspiration from the Black Forest in Germany.
Developing an Italian-made bathroom tapware range that encapsulates the meaning of “style” is how the Abey’s Gareth Ashton Stile Range was born.
Designed by a notable architect, this house fell upon bad times only to be restored to its former dignity.
Walking down Danks street, Waterloo seemed like it was the centre of all things fine, delicate and oh-so-fancy! Whether it’s the best in high-quality oak, enviable bathroom fitouts, or even just the indulgence of contemporary European furniture, SID17’s Waterloo precinct spoke to our dreams, desires and aspirations.
Exclusive to Abey Australia, the Schock Sink range has hit Australian shores and brown with it a new way forward for the bathroom.