Neither on the beachfront nor in the thick of Brisbane City, Casuarina House by Vokes and Peters is a suburban residence with an unprecedented sense of place.
Like the love child of brutalism and an industrial aesthetic, a dark and moody interior design aesthetic is usurping residential spaces.
The beginning of a new year comes hand in hand with a new set of trends, each destined to either fizzle or flourish. The way we see it, these six 2020 interior design trends are here to stay.
Vodka Palace by Marcus Browne Architect is a cave-like spatial experience with a material palette that nods to the brutalist vernacular of Cottesloe, Perth.
Slow down; light a candle; run a bath; settle in to read a good book. Create a space of personal sanctuary and find yourself a moment of tranquility.
ONG&ONG expands on the Modernist language of a house, and adapts it for a multi-generational family in Singapore.
Once a holiday home, now a primary residence, Barwon Heads House has been designed with consideration of its outlook and coastal conditions.
Designed to allow its users to reflect and revitalize, the Zen Oval Bath from Apaiser is neither classic nor contemporary.
The Bijoux range, new from apaiser, incorporates a bath that is the perfect manifestation of strength and beauty
apaiser is elevating bathware to a new level – the level of couture.
Apaiser is the ultimate expression of Bath Couture – a design movement the brand is both known for, and defining in the global design market.
The owner of a joinery company who had previously lived on an expansive 5-acre property surrounded by ample farmland made the decision to move his family into the heart of Sydney city, and into a significantly smaller 3 bedroom apartment.