Artedomus is Australia’s leading supplier of unique, high quality stone, tiles, architectural surfaces, bathware and furniture for commercial and residential architectural projects.
Founded in 1985 as Domus Ceramics, the company was built to import exclusive Italian floor and wall finishes to Australia with a focus on sourcing unique products that have a simple and natural intrinsic beauty; shunning short-term fashion and trends. As a result with this philosophy and outstanding product offering; Domus soon became a source of reference and inspiration for leading architects and designers.
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Often overlooked, textures can bring fine design up to enviable levels. This Habitus Loves list can add visual weight to any interior setting.
Although discreetly nestled in its streetscape, this concrete home is an unexpected find in Melbourne’s middle ring suburb Essendon, where red brick period dwellings dominate.
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.
Megowan Architectural overcomes the odds to create a sensitive and striking statement for Two-Sided House in Mount Eliza, Victoria.
Pieces collected from our travels, essential items within the home, objets d’art or items we just love the look of, this collection of exposed storage will ensure what you have on display makes just as big an impact as what you are presenting to the world.
Designed by Madeleine Blanchfield Architects, this bright and breezy family home is filled with sunshine, fresh air and open spaces.
Sydney architect Daniel Boddam, care of the very modern Mosman Residence designed and built for a young family of four, showcases the extent to which architecture and design can enhance the way we live.
CM Studio addresses the challenges of a narrow block and a growing family in this alteration and addition to a semi-detached home in Sydney.
The inaugural collection of many to come, New Volumes, Collection 01 is range of designs for the home and office crafted solely from Elba stone by a “distinct assembly of designers to bring the material to life”.
The Linardi Townhouse in Collingwood, Melbourne, shows what can be achieved on the smallest of sites. Built vertically over six levels, these twin townhouses are beautifully crafted by designers and owners Jesse and Seada Linardi.
Hidden down one of the city’s most famous laneways, Tulip Coffee by CoLAB Design Studio has just enough room for you, your coffee date, and your third wheel.
Arent&Pyke expertly fuse an interior tapestry of texture, colour and pattern for the Croydon House, in Sydney’s Inner West.
#CWID16 is all wrapped up. Thanks for the memories, Perth! Until next time.
Contemporary Wine In Design is tackling the biggest issues in A+D today. Do not miss out on getting amongst it all, this October 15th.
Melbourne Indesign 2016 is less than a month away, and it’s been all hands on deck here behind the scenes at team MID! Indesign: The Event has pared back the event to only the best, creating a new experience for design hunters, and we’re excited to be able to show off some of the new developments they’ve been working on…
We look at a selection of the latest flooring option – from cool tiles to earthy floor boards.
Collaborations are exciting and inspiring. Seeing two (or more) minds band together to create something new and unexpected makes us look on in awe, sparking the creative parts in all of us. This year, at Melbourne Indesign The Project was embraced with wholehearted enthusiasm. Entering a showroom meant being overwhelmed with surprise, excitement, joy and the urge to Instagram – right away! And the common element among all involved was collaborative engagement.
“A family home in which to hang art” was John Gow’s brief to architect Richard Priest when he and partner Sara Howard renovated their villa in Auckland’s Herne Bay. Andrea Stevens visits the gallery owner and finds a warm house full of stories and treasures.
This family home in Melbourne was designed by architect Rob Mills to “break down the walls of a traditional house”. Stephen Crafti explores how the dynamic spaces respond to this challenge.