Luigi Rosselli’s sympathetic, sensual approach has given rise to some of Sydney’s most beautiful residential projects. His own home is a wonderland of family histories and the architect himself is a lover of all styles, with many a story to tell.
Taking style cues from Japanese lifestyle brand Muji and Scandinavian design, this home by Dots N Tots Interior combines the best of clean, minimalistic lines with warm wood textures.
For this New Zealand family, relocating from Auckland to a rural town has led to a remarkable urban project: a semi-public house complete with a micro café and gallery.
The Norse Collection, four recently launched rug designs by Anna-Carin for Designer Rugs were inspired by the first system of writing developed by the Norsemen.
Sunrise House, a beachfront home by MCK Architects on the South Coast of New South Wales, is designed for a family of four with a palette that withstands the coastal weather.
After the interior of this Singaporean flat was hollowed out, a “wooden crate” was built in its centre by Upstairs, resulting in statement-making interiors and an inspired way of living.
A clash of ideas that made for a layered response, Auchenflower House by Kelder Architects references the Mid-Century period while being relevant to its locale.
In an interview with Robert Warner, the General Manager for Bosch Commercial, we find out the important things to consider when designing multi-residential buildings.
Sitting comfortably in the local landscape – which includes one of Perth’s few remnant lakes – this contemporary house by CAPA Studio integrates planting and water features to create a harmonious living environment.
Experimenting with distinctive compositions, Abin Design Studio transforms a soft-scaped outdoor space and façade for a residential site in West Bengal.