Through design, Studio Adjective presents the process behind making tea, and showcases tea’s restorative and natural abilities at Yú Teahouse.
“Design is a puzzle, and the satisfaction is in solving it,” says architect and interior designer, Ricci Bloch. We catch up with her as she unravels this statement.
Growing up, Jeremy McLeod always wanted to build bridges. Instead, as founding director of Breathe Architecture, he is bridging gaps in the Australian design industry.
How do you add emphasis and a point of difference when working with a cookie-cutter building shell? Space Popular created a monochrome backdrop to let a collection of custom furniture visually punch through.
Elements of a traditional Indian fine dining restaurant have been given a contemporary twist. The resulting restaurant is right at home in the culinary precinct of Gertrude Street, Fitzroy.
There are many ways to tackle the constraints of small square footage. Studio Adjective’s clever space planning and use of materials for an apartment in Hong Kong makes an exemplary case study.
Jade Sarita Arnott believes we should question the origins of our garments as rigorously as we question the origins of our food. Her label Arnsdorf is an awakening of creative endeavours and ethical entrepreneurship.