When we are bored our minds run free and that, notes Matiya Marovich of Sans-Arc Studio, is an increasingly rare goldmine for creativity and originality.
Integrating the kitchen island and dining table may be a response to small footprint living, but it also upholds the kitchen as the heart of the home, as Leanne Amodeo, guest feature editor of the Kitchen & Bathroom issue, discovers.
These emerging architecture practices are five of the best currently working in Australia today. Leanne Amodeo overviews their approach and what it is that makes them so damn good.
To create a better future we have to learn from the past and, in part, that’s what this collaboration between seasoned professionals and the relatively new kids on the block is doing.
Franco Crea debuted the latest additions to the Mila family – a collection of stools and chairs that continues his slimline aesthetic and playful attitude towards texture.
The latest addition to Aesop’s family of international stores in Australia is in Adelaide. This one, created in collaboration with local firm Genesin Studio, is characteristically luxurious; sensuous in form and bathed in Blonde Tasmanian Oak. Words by Tess Ritchie.
Max Pritchard’s Treetop Studio displays his fine attention to detail and high-level craftsmanship. Leanne Amodeo reports on the Adelaide-based architect’s recently completed small project.
The Jolley Pendant Light – designed by JamFactory’s Head of Ceramics Stephanie James-Manttan – is a further example of premium Australian designer products.