A Brisbane architect rewrites the narrative of an old Queenslander on a small, steep block with a design that relishes every gradient.
Across all industries – fashion, furniture, interior and architecture – Australian Design deserves a round of applause: we’re seeing artistic beings exhibit their creative flair against long-lasting success.
ME Architects’ multi-awarded restaurant Gauge offers a calm retreat from South Brisbane’s busy Grey Street. Leanne Amodeo talks to architect Matthew Eagle about the elegant yet unpretentious fit-out.
Newstead has historically been a Brisbane precinct filled with warehouses in a prime inner-city location, and the new Lumira Apartments strike a careful balance of luxury living while honouring the industrial aesthetic.
When given the opportunity to take on an existing food kiosk in Brisbane’s Wintergarden shopping centre, proprietors Mitch Suchowacki and Dane Louie engaged interior designer Georgia Cannon to help transform the outmoded outlet into a space fit for today’s epicurean consumer.
Not long after the 2011 flood that swept through Brisbane, Owen and Vokes and Peters Architects were approached to renovate and extend a small timber worker’s cottage in Brisbane.
Jane Fleming, Architect, Industrial Designer and Interior Designer and Program Manager at the Brisbane Campus of CATC Interior Design and Decoration shares her design favourites with habitusliving.