When it comes to interior design aesthetics, there are few as authentically and simply beautiful than that of the Japanese.
The beginning of a new year comes hand in hand with a new set of trends, each destined to either fizzle or flourish. The way we see it, these six 2020 interior design trends are here to stay.
Singapore-based father and son interior design and carpentry duo, Hock Hoon, takes a human-centred approach to crafting creative, timeless and space-efficient design solutions.
Experiential design mastermind Landini Associates has collaborated with Australian jewellery label Sarah & Sebastian to create a retail space that is the essence of understated luxury and avant-garde innovation.
Stylecraft and HASSELL’s collaborative legacy of awe-inspiring showroom interiors has breached new frontiers with the new Stylecraft Singapore showroom.
Authentically handcrafted and masterfully finished; sustainably designed and environmentally friendly. What’s not to love about Artisan Australia?
The past century has seen monumental feats in the world of design. During this period, the complexity of our landscape has seen ground-breaking innovations that have redefined the way we see, use, and experience our everyday spaces.
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.
Conscious living, plant-based nutrition, and visually uplifting interior design collide at Eden, Bondi, the beach-side suburb’s newest offering.
Forget the straight lines and hard edges of minimalist design. Curvaceous shapes, sculptural forms, modular sofas and chunky lounge furniture makes for a room that loves to be lived in.