The garage, the granny flat and the backyard shed have evolved into flexible spaces with private and public presence.
The new ceramic basins by Archier with Tasmanian ceramicist Lindsey Wherrett signal a demand for custom-made bathroom products.
What more immediately make a house a home – the kitchen or bathroom? Explore the relaxation centres of the home in this special issue of Habitus Magazine.
As an Associate at Arent & Pyke, Genevieve Hromas knows a thing or two about outstanding residential kitchen design. Leanne Amodeo talks to her about bespoke fittings and fixtures and future trends.
Whether you take your cappuccino with almond milk or soy, great cafe design ideas are something we can all get behind. Here are the best of the bunch that reflect their local scene to a tee.
Art Deco, done just right. Here designers and architects share their modern take on the design elements that shaped the Roaring Twenties and beyond, and reveal how others can follow suit.
How vernacular forms, traditional iconography and a legacy of art and architecture are informing contemporary buildings in Papua New Guinea.
When International Style began making waves in Europe in the early 20th century, it didn’t take long to make its way down the globe into South East Asia. But the real magic happened at the crossing point between east and west.
What makes a great apartment? Furniture, we’d argue, plays a big part. Here the leaders in interior, product and industrial design share their canons for apartment furniture design.
We’ve never been more high-tech, never been more ‘connected’. But, what does modern living look like? Let’s ask Gaggenau, your 2018 partner for the Living Space at the INDE.Awards!