Fox Johnston Architects and Space Control interior designers have joined forces to make sure Sydney’s airport hotel offerings didn’t lack a design conscious option.
Escape the winter cold with our top five beach house designs to warm you up come summer, or even serve as a sunny seaside retreat in the cooler months.
The Domaine Chandon Winery has been a fixture of the verdant Yarra Valley for over 30 years. So when the global Moët Hennessy sparkling wine house approached Melbourne designers Foolscap Studio, the stakes were high to not only produce a high-end hospitality experience for the new world, but also preserve the legacy of a three-decade old icon.
SJB’s Director of Interior Design and iconic Australian creative, Kirsten Stanisich, dissects her process and thinking for design in Barrangaroo. 12-Micron is one of the most instagrammed restaurants of the past six months.
The marriage of texture, rich materials and a strong interior influence from European Chateux, define the look and feel of this Australian beach house in Bouddi National Park.
Iconic Sydney-based studio Arent&Pyke employ a solution-based understanding on design for entertaining to transform this Darling Point Penthouse into the ultimate living space for those who love to entertain.
Forget cherry blossom motifs, Asia’s cultural principles are influencing modern bathroom designs in far deeper ways. More than ever, designers are looking to the Eastern values of simplicity, balance and connection to nature to create calming retreats in our homes, just when we need it most.
Korean eyewear brand Gentle Monster has landed in Singapore with a Southeast Asian flagship store oozing the abstract exhibition style that has become synonymous with the name.
It’s no easy feat to translate the material offerings of a brand into a physical – an atmospheric – space. Here are the retails that knocked it out of the park this year.
Wilson & Market is the new flagship restaurant located at the Prahran Market. The eatery includes a ‘hole-in-the wall’ take-away window, a café that extends into the market square and a brasserie and bar with an entrance off Commercial Road – a reimagined model of a highly traditional format.
Tom Reid and Damien Mulvihill of Design Office speak about the recently opened Palace Cinemas at One Central Park, and the constraints of working in a space that was never designed to have a cinema.