Interiors

When the bones of a building are pre-existing, the interior architecture becomes of utmost importance. These residential, restaurant and retail spaces show just how far interior design can take a space.

Return To Satellite Island

I first heard about Satellite Island in 2014 in what seemed like whispers. A rugged and remote…

SJB Writes A New Chapter For UNSW Bookshop

SJB transforms the UNSW Bookshop into a dynamic retail space that encourages people to spend…

Project 281 Offers Something New In Melbourne’s Crowded Café Scene

While the passage of time will continue to evolve this warehouse café, a clever, considered…

A Reimagined 1920s Stables Structure

A story of contemporary elegance with a heritage past, Robson Rak Architects fitted Stables House…

Elegance In A Historic Home

Celebrating its original character and charm, Blank Canvas Architects fitted House 184 with Zip HydroTaps…

Inside A 128-Year-Old Flour Mill Turned Luxury Hotel

spaceagency architects give new life to a historic building in country Western Australia in the…

Fade Out: Leichhardt Oaks By Benn+Penna

Benn+Penna create a calm and contemplative living space with a low-contrast material palette and kitchen…

Folk Studio Are Calling All Coffee Lovers

If you like your café like your coffee – fresh and familiar – then check…

Visit Shishi-Iwa House For A Social Retreat In The Japanese Mountainside

Shigeru Ban designs a boutique resort in Karuizawa, Japan, using architecture as a restorative tool…

Timeless, Elegant Interiors At St Regis, Hong Kong

Referencing the New York roots of the St Regis brand, as well as the iconography…

A Shop (But Not) That Rebels Against Convention

Not Just a Shop, designed by Yatofu Creatives, is a lifestyle concept store renowned in…

A Sculptural Teahouse In Shanghai By Spacemen

Referencing the rolling hills of Icha Chateau brand’s own tea plantations, Spacemen creates a sculptural…