While the passage of time will continue to evolve this warehouse café, a clever, considered design by Splinter Society means its industrial past won’t be left behind.
A story of contemporary elegance with a heritage past, Robson Rak Architects fitted Stables House with a Zip HydroTap and sophisticated textures to celebrate functionality and dynamism in residential living.
Celebrating its original character and charm, Blank Canvas Architects fitted House 184 with Zip HydroTaps and a material palette that echoes the sophisticated elegance of its past and present.
Shigeru Ban designs a boutique resort in Karuizawa, Japan, using architecture as a restorative tool and contextualising connections between nature, architecture and its inhabitants.
Referencing the New York roots of the St Regis brand, as well as the iconography of Hong Kong, André Fu creates evocative luxurious interiors for this anticipated new hotel.
Not Just a Shop, designed by Yatofu Creatives, is a lifestyle concept store renowned in China for its eclectic assortment of products from around the world.
Referencing the rolling hills of Icha Chateau brand’s own tea plantations, Spacemen creates a sculptural destination for Shanghai’s discerning tea drinkers.
In Melbourne, Pipkorn&Kilpatrick turn an existing, poorly lit Art Deco home into a generous space where a young family can spend quality time.
The idyllic Blue Mountains of New South Wales has a secret – a secret that’s as aesthetically inspired as it is environmentally friendly. Meet the Hazelbrook Eco Home.