Interiors


A New Apartment by Brewin Design Office in Singapore

Feeling the holiday mood? This vacation apartment by Brewin Design Office at Jean Nouvel’s Le Nouvel Ardmore condominium in Singapore was designed to emulate the light, airy atmosphere outside its 28th-storey windows.

Tropical Brutalism At The Slow In Canguu, Bali

The Slow is a new design hotel bridging modern and traditional elements with local stone, native wood and raw concrete to instill “tropical brutalism”. Australian owners, in partnership with a local Balinese studio, GFAB Architects, have created a contemporary island stay in the heart of Canggu, Bali.

Immersive Design at Beyond Rest

What’s the fuss about floating? Sandra Tan speaks to Nick and Fiona Dunin, two out of three siblings behind the Beyond Rest floatation centres, visiting their newly-launched facility in Collingwood to find out.

A Kind Of Curvature

Indulge in the full story from one of the bathrooms featured in Habitus #36, the Nourish issue. On a corner site overlooking Sydney’s Tamarama beach, this sculptural house by Porebski Architects emerges out as an inspired form from its natural setting.

S Hotel: Philippe Starck’s latest Asian Adventure

In recent years, Taiwan’s capital, Taipei has seen a slew of hotel openings from big names such as Mandarin Oriental and smaller scale locally designed boutique hotels such as Chez Nous. French design superstar Philippe Starck’s S Hotel sits in the middle of the pack, with 103 guestrooms, a dining room with a Michelin pedigree and Starck’s signature eclecticism a draw card in its own right.

Designing a Thoughtful Home

How can we create homes that mirror sanctuaries of retreat from the hustle and bustle of modern living? How can we have both functionality and style? One family have achieved it all.

A New Opportunity

For the residents of the Doll House in Sydney, planning their new home coincided with planning a family. With the help of Day Bukh Architects, the former now houses the latter.

Design Dissolves Barriers at Aesop

A stylish homage to the history of Melbourne’s first suburb, we take a closer look at Aesop Fitzroy’s finely detailed new design by Clare Cousins Architects.




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