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Dulux 2020 Colour Trend Forecast: A Sign Of Our Time | Comeback

Dulux 2020 Colour Trends Forecast: A Sign Of Our Time

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 1920s Cottage Gets A Bryant Alsop Makeover | exterior

A 1920s Cottage Gets A Bryant Alsop Makeover

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.

Fitzroy Lane House Kennedy Nolan CC Derek Swalwell driveway back elevation entrance

A Home To Escape To By Kennedy Nolan

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.

Post Saturday Indesign 2019 | Habitus Living

Unforgettable Moments From Saturday Indesign 2019

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.

More Exhibitors Join Saturday Indesign

Saturday Indesign Heats Up As More Exhibitors Join The Line-Up

The one-day design festival Saturday Indesign is heating up as more design brands get added to the growing list of exhibitors.

Gordons Bay Residence PopovBass streetview

Uninterrupted Concrete Poetry By PopovBass

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.

Boomer Beach House Nissen Hut Max Pritchard CC Sam Noonan

A Nissen Hut Structure Overlooks The Great Australian Bight

In this beachside holiday house that remembers the iconic Nissen Hut, Max Pritchard Gunner Architects showcases the beauty of understated, simple, environmentally responsive design.

Allan Street House Gardiner Architects CC Rory Gardiner front yard

Gardiner Architects Showcases The Benefits Of A Smaller Footprint

More often than not, the budget drives the building area and design process. In Allan Street House, Gardiner Architects shows us otherwise.

SLD Residence DavidovArchitects CC Veeral Patel exterior

DavidovArchitects In The Pursuit Of Restraint

DavidovArchitects’ SLD Residence shows a restrained approach with unembellished forms, a limited material palette and the control of natural light.

Brad Swartz Architects Boneca Apartment CC Tom Ferguson | Habitus Living

How An Architect Makes 24 Square Metres Work

With just 24 square metres to work with, architect Brad Swartz has turned this Sydney apartment into a flexible and highly liveable home.

South Coogee House Madeleine Blanchfield Architects cc Robert Walsh streetscape

Tropes Of Mid-Century Brazilian Architecture Find Their Way To Sydney

Designed by Madeleine Blanchfield Architects, this bright and breezy family home is filled with sunshine, fresh air and open spaces.

Life In Technicolour

Step inside a one-of-a-kind kaleidoscope home in Melbourne’s east: an exceptional Modernist house for a creative family of five reimagined in vivid detail by WOWOWA Architecture.

Twin Townhouses DKO Slab Architecture cc Tom Blachford recordy player

Twin Townhouses In Melbourne Reveal A Hamburger-Like Plan

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.

Koichi Takada Architects Newport House cc Tom Ferguson exterior

Modernist Architecture And Australiana Collide

This waterfront retreat designed by iconic Australian-Japanese architect Koichi Takada is the epitome of an Australian dream home, adorned with a private beach, garden and open-plan living.

Kiah House Austin Maynard Architects cc Tess Kelly streetscape

Designing A Home For Work, Rest And Play

Melbourne-based design legends Austin Maynard Architects tackle the challenge of designing a sanctuary for different people in a single home with their latest project: Kiah House.

Matilda House Photography by Bon Hosking Decking

Templeton Architecture Stay Down To Earth

Matilda House by Templeton is intimately tied to place, sunk deep into the Australian bushland of the client’s childhood.

Biasol Pinkie Photography by James Morgan Kitchen window

Melbourne Meets Memphis Design

Sometimes, it’s all in a name. Pinkie, the latest project by award-winning, full-service design studio Biasol, draws a little bit from the Memphis design movement, and a lot from the colour pink.

Studio House Zen Bridge St Rear facade

Finding Potential In Melbourne’s Suburban Laneways

Studio House by Zen Architects is a flexible, functional and adaptable space that makes use of a back garden and residential laneway.

Axon Homes Photography by Dion Robeson Kitchen

The Shape Of Design

A newly completed residence by Axon Homes stands out from its neighbours in Mount Claremont, Perth, for its geometric architecture.

Australian Interior Designers Woods Bagot | Habitus Living

Who Are The Leading Australian Interior Designers?

There’s an amazing array of local talent coming out of the Asia Pacific. For the sake of clarity, below are some of the biggest names in the Australian Interior Designers game at the moment that you should be keeping an eye on.