A Potts Point renovation by Retallack Thompson Architects is an example of contemporary, inner-city living with details throughout that remember the historical context of the street.
Versatility and sophistication inform the design of the all-new SEDIS seating range crafted by anaca studio’s principal Anne-Claire Petre and available exclusively at Stylecraft.
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.
In Melbourne, Pipkorn&Kilpatrick turn an existing, poorly lit Art Deco home into a generous space where a young family can spend quality time.
Soft curves, a geometric silhouette, and a celebration of Melbourne’s local craftspeople, Honey is the latest collection from Coco Flip.
Melbourne-based director of Doherty Design Studio Mardi Doherty is responsible for some of the most exciting statement bathroom designs in Australia today. Once again, Mardi shares her insights.
The evolution of a Melbourne home from an untouched dark 1930s house to an innovative, light space is a story of how considered design can improve all aspects of life.
Given a World Heritage Site as the starting point for a residential project, as an architect why wouldn’t you take inspiration from your surrounds? Tasmanian timber is the hero of this Tasmanian project.