Here are four crème de la crème cases of contemporary bathroom design from across our region, as featured in the Habitus 2019 Kitchen and Bathroom issue.
While the passage of time will continue to evolve this warehouse café, a clever, considered design by Splinter Society means its industrial past won’t be left behind.
The transformation of an elegant Ashgrovian Queenslander on a sloping site sees an architect’s studio carved into the thermal mass beneath his primary residence.
What will the high-end car showrooms of the future look like? Australian architecture firm SJB’s luxurious new state-of-the-art space for BMW and MINI in Sydney’s Rushcutters Bay points the way.
Compact yet flexible spatial planning characterises this extension to a traditional, and largely untouched, workers cottage in Sydney by Mark Szczerbicki Design Studio.
A yoga studio, a staircase that drinks light and hand-finished material touches on this fine example of Queenslander Architecture contribute to the textured beauty of Mermaid Beach Residence by B.E Architecture.
Although discreetly nestled in its streetscape, this concrete home is an unexpected find in Melbourne’s middle ring suburb Essendon, where red brick period dwellings dominate.
Mardi Doherty, director of the Melbourne-based multi-disciplinary design practice Doherty Design Studio, is at the forefront of contemporary kitchen design and knows exactly what it takes to make a statement kitchen.
How are Australian architects embracing characteristics of Brazilian modernism as a functional response to climate and aesthetic response to a brief?