Editors Picks

May 25, 2022

Putting the mid-century into Thornbury

Dan Gayfer Design has reimagined a jaded family home with mid-century accents and stellar planning for a food-loving family of four.

May 16, 2022

Stories in the walls

The coastal province of Phú Yên, Vietnam, offers a sanctuary of escapism.

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Going against the grain with Laminex Woodgrains

This exquisite collaboration between CJH Studio and Laminex showcases the extraordinary potential of the laminate collection to yield a delightful sense of surprise, a bespoke and intricate design language – and an unexpected fluidity of form.

May 12, 2022

Bosnian craft finds its Australian home with ducksnest

In this issue of the Edit, we explore ducksnest’s new Artisan Furniture Australia showroom in South Melbourne and learn about an encounter in Dubrovnik that led to this harmonious partnership.

May 2, 2022

A family home by an architecture power couple

When architects Eva-Marie Prineas and Peter Titmuss bought a Stanmore Victorian Italianate family home, a decade-long renovation process began. Now, the home is finally finished.

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Create an oasis in the home

Patricia Braune’s Sanctuary Lines collection for Materialised brings nature’s patterns into our personal spaces.

April 13, 2022

Shifting sands

Petite but packing a punch, this 36-square-metre pavilion by Matt Williams Architects nestles comfortably into the picturesque sand dunes along the Tasmanian coast.

April 11, 2022

A federation home meets minimalist shroud in a St Kilda Laneway

House Jacoby, so-named for its direct access to Jacoby Reserve (a small neighbourhood park) at the rear of the site, presents the dynamically woven intersection of heritage and modern.

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The Erskine Sofa and the art of placemaking

Inspired by the dramatic Victorian coastline, the Erskine Sofa by Kett Studio tells a uniquely Australian story through its elegant design and material choice.