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Born of the perennially popular modernist movement, only to be hijacked by public infrastructure; brutalism is something of an enigma when it comes to residential interiors.
III Rooms Sydney invites you to make yourself at home amongst the design collections of Cult, Jardan, and MCM House.
Brighton House by Rob Kennon Architects is a beach house that avoids coastal clichés in favour of streamlined place-making and robust detailing.
Just as important as the houses our Region’s talented architects create, are the products we put inside them. Here, we’ve highlighted some of our favourite new designs.
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.
How has local designer and manufacturer Jardan used its 30-year history to inform the design of Weekend by Jardan, a new collection that embodies what an Australian weekend with the family looks like?
Whether it be woven from wicker, traditionally hand-knotted, or made of rattan and timber, there is something comforting about natural fibres and hand-crafted furniture.
If you think the black box on the back is a done deal in Melbourne, think again. Ha Architecture designs a new modern narrative in Melbourne’s inner west.
On Saturday 15 June, Jardan is having a warehouse sale with an incredible range of products at up to 60 per cent off!
Sturdy and long-lasting, this Habitus Loves list of solid surfaces is not only visually appealing, but it is also extremely functional in any space.
In this beachside holiday house that remembers the iconic Nissen Hut, Max Pritchard Gunner Architects showcases the beauty of understated, simple, environmentally responsive design.
Embracing minimalism does not mean that concepts have to be any less creative. In fact, this minimalist Habitus Loves list encourages purposeful designs.
The interaction between materials and natural light creates a warm and welcoming environment in this family house by Nick Bell Architects.
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.
A tight triangular block and a hundred year old adjacent brick drain are tricky design challenges for any home – but as Molecule Studio proved with the Triangle House, they’re also design opportunities.
‘Fold and frame’ is the name of the game – or design concept – in this family home in Five Dock, Sydney.
Studiofour’s alteration and addition to a single-storey Victorian-era house creates lighter, brighter spaces for a growing young family.
Care of the their new residence in Melbourne, Kennedy Nolan showcases what you can achieve with less and where the importance lies in design.
Inspired by a single photograph on a pin board, the Art House Collection is Jardan exploring how furniture can be a holistic addition to any home.
Designed by Madeleine Blanchfield Architects, this bright and breezy family home is filled with sunshine, fresh air and open spaces.