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Pleysier Perkins perched a penthouse – a “hide-out” for the parents – on top of this Melbourne home, so that it grows up with the family who live in it.
Tree-ness House by Akihisa Hirata Architecture Office in Tokyo is inspired by the simplicity and inter-connectedness of a tree, it’s bark, branches and leaves.
Kitchenware just got a whole lot more sensory, with Japanese powerhouse nendo’s latest design – the nendo Air Lids, created to imitate common human hand movements.
Twice renovated in a 10-year period – this iteration by FMD Architects is here to stay. Architect and interior designer Fiona Dunin takes us through K2 House.
Perched a-top a 150 acre cliff ridge, Headland House, designed by Atelier Andy Carson, was developed for a system of living which prizes excitement and a bit of risk in the safest possible way for an art-loving couple and their young family.
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.
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.
In 2015 local designer Rachel Vosila challenged existing perceptions, as well as her own, of what a chair could and should be designing one chair a week for a year, her One A Week Project. Now, she’s interested in telling stories through families of furniture.
Dan Gayfer Design has created a contemporary interpretation of the post-war American ranch house for a family that embraces indoor-outdoor living and their rural surrounds.
TomMarkHenry understand how to create a sense of community and comfort in public spaces. The proof is in the pudding at Indigo Café in Sydney’s Double Bay.