Kitchens and bathrooms continue to capture our attention as the key spaces of a home, and these ones are not only especially good looking, they work very hard to provide comfort, retreat and relaxation.
Coming back in a big way, the 2021 lineup of events, talks and exhibitions for Melbourne Design Week is exhaustive. We have picked out just a small selection but be sure to see the full list for yourself and clear the calendar so you don’t miss a thing.
In the Melbourne suburb of Essendon, Biasol has created Billie Buoy, a family-friendly eatery that pays homage to the 1980s in a way that makes retro cool again.
The importance of being outside and in nature is seeing a shift in the design of hospitality venues as they blur the lines between interior and exterior space.
Casa Chiaroscuro by Biasol contrasts the splendour of light with the beauty of black to create a modern, minimalist, and enchanting family residence in Melbourne.
Tea drinking may be steeped in tradition but 蜜葉裡 Ambrosia has been designed by Biasol for the modern, mindful tea drinker of today.
These five contemporary Australian kitchen designs show how a connection to the outdoors can make the heart of the home an even better place to be.
The results are out! We’re excited to introduce you to your INDE.Awards 2019 Official Shortlist. Read on to find out which entries made the final cut.
An Italian Pasta Bar in Melbourne’s CBD by Biasol Design drew design inspiration from the likes of traditional Italy, Ancient Rome and the modern, culture hub that is Melbourne.
Sometimes, it’s all in a name. Pinkie, the latest project by award-winning, full-service design studio Biasol, draws a little bit from the Memphis design movement, and a lot from the colour pink.