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340-degree views, contemporary furniture and art, and exquisite materials combine for a sophisticated apartment all with the guidance of Studio Tate.
With its distinctive skillion roof, the design of this beach house on NSW’s south coast is inspired by the mid-century vernacular of not only the original building but nearby homes as well.
Dan Gayfer Design has reimagined a jaded family home with mid-century accents and stellar planning for a food-loving family of four.
Honouring the urban context and heritage of this Brunswick terrace, Kuzman Architecture has reinvigorated this family home with quirky and sentimental design elements.
An art collection is deeply personal. Built gradually over time, it lends insights into what the collector finds appealing and the tone of life they want to lead. What better place for Decus Interiors to begin conceptualising Coastal Home than with the client’s art?
Providing shelter from the harsh coastal environment, D Residence is a multi-level concrete home in Scarborough, WA, designed by CAPA for a young, active family of avid surfers.
A forest green kitchen, cohesive colours and textures and washed terracotta throughout combine to deliver Tom Mark Henry studio’s unique take on this mid-century home.
Some dwellers seek the kind of privacy that requires high fences, demarcating their property from their neighbours. The vision for Dover Townhouses was to do just the opposite.
State of Kin’s bold use of colour and unique style comes to life in Shutter House, a Perth home that embraces the joyfulness of design.
Nestled amoung a potpourri of materials, textures and colours, this ultra-compact home exceeds the standard for micro place-making.
Through fusing restraint and a honed eye, Williams Burton Leopardi rearticulates a confused 1990s home to engage with its intended Modernist principles, while opening embracing its enviable view.
This coastal holiday home in Portsea on the Mornington Peninsula reflects the organic and calming beachside landscape that surrounds the cherished residence.
We look towards colours that embody authenticity, empowerment and hope and will shape our interiors for the coming year.
Studio Prineas has given a quaint federation house in Sydney’s inner-east an extension on life, tactfully restoring it as the contemporary family home of four.
Airy, but not empty. Khuôn Studio’s House for a Daughter is a poetic multi-generational home designed to give everyone ample breathing room.
Once disconnected from its landscape and lacking in space, this inner-city bungalow in Auckland, New Zealand, now has a sunny disposition thanks to Pac Studio.
To describe Ballarat House by Eldridge Anderson in as few words as possible, there are none more fitting than: “a humble home.”
Gardiner Architects transformed this worker’s cottage with the best sustainability solutions tailored to the project and brief.
This beachside house takes an awkward site and turns it to its advantage to create a comfortably stylish getaway in summer and winter.
James Garvan Architecture takes a Bondi Bungalow and turns it into a modern, minimalist dream with thoughtful interiors behind a striking façade.
By playing with the scale of apertures and the height of spaces, Keith Westbrook and Cumulus Studio created a deceptively more spacious interior than the exterior suggests.
Shifted House by SSD Studio in Sydney’s Bondi Beach is a post-war, semi-detached house turned holiday home that exudes calm while respecting its original character and location.
Five Australian designers are off on the highly coveted travel scholarship, Dulux DIAlogue on Tour, thanks to Dulux and the Design Institute of Australia. First stop, Singapore!
In many ways, atmosphere is what makes a house a home. Come home to the soft, soothing atmosphere of sumptuous textiles, subtle palettes, and sensuous forms.
Much like the seasons, trends come and trends go – c’est la vie. Like all trends, those of colour tend to act as a sign of the times. An aesthetic portal, which can cast our memories back and imaginations forward in time, place, and age.
A decrepit home in the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, fallen into a seeming state of disrepair is transformed into an eclectic weekender for a couple seeking a rural sanctuary.
A home to escape to while remaining utterly connected to its surrounds, Fitzroy Lane House by Kennedy Nolan presents an island-like dwelling within a rapidly changing streetscape.
What did you miss, or what do you want to relive? We count down some of the highlight moments from our day-long Saturday Indesign festival.
The one-day design festival Saturday Indesign is heating up as more design brands get added to the growing list of exhibitors.
Designed to respond to the diurnal rhythm of sunrise and sunset, this house floats immaterially above the ground.
A classic exercise in refuge and prospect, this house by PopovBass on a stunning coastal site is also a celebration of concrete’s domestic potential.
In this beachside holiday house that remembers the iconic Nissen Hut, Max Pritchard Gunner Architects showcases the beauty of understated, simple, environmentally responsive design.