The global lifestyle of the resident led to a mixed architectural and interior bag in this home in Glebe, with clever, light-filled additions by Virginia Kerridge Architect.
This beautiful concrete home in Melbourne took inspiration from the style of Mexican architect Luis Barragan, with one of his contemporaries, Andres Casillas de Alba, commissioned for its design, along with local firm Evolva Architects.
A photograph of isolated dwellings on Greeland’s icecaps inspired this barn dwelling in the Sydney’s famous beachside suburb of Bondi. The resulting home, orchestrated by clayton orszaczky, is made special by custom furniture and the art of landscaping. Stephen Todd writes.
Australian design duo Song for the Mute weave the idea of breaking boundaries into each and every garment they craft and are lauded by the likes of Lupe Fiasco and Nick Wooster. Creating all their textiles by themselves, the pair are endlessly inspired by a passion for Japan and Paris.
The rugged isolation of Banks Peninsula in New Zealand is the context for this holiday house by Patterson Associates. Andrea Stevens discusses the remarkable setting and how the architecture works to create a sense of belonging.
Porosity Kabari challenges the idea of what can constitute a designed object. Participants navigate chaos, using junk trawled from Mumbai’s sprawling Chor Bazaar to create new, thoughtful design. David Harrison writes.
As Nipa Doshi and Jonathan Levien took their positions on stage at Perth’s State Theatre Centre in two Paper Planes chairs that they created for Moroso, an audience of design professionals, enthusiasts and students hang on every single word.