The Domaine Chandon Winery has been a fixture of the verdant Yarra Valley for over 30 years. So when the global Moët Hennessy sparkling wine house approached Melbourne designers Foolscap Studio, the stakes were high to not only produce a high-end hospitality experience for the new world, but also preserve the legacy of a three-decade old icon.
Based on the principal theme of a renowned Korean novel, finding beauty in the ordinary was the essence of local studio Rieuldorang Atelier’s design thinking for the design of Manhwaricano House – a home surrounded by typical Korean countryside scenery.
SJB’s Director of Interior Design and iconic Australian creative, Kirsten Stanisich, dissects her process and thinking for design in Barrangaroo. 12-Micron is one of the most instagrammed restaurants of the past six months.
A local architecture office in the Indian city of Surat has designed a harmonious living format for an agriculturalist and his family, who wanted be closely connected to lush greenery despite their urban setting.
Three-storey living is very commonplace in Shanghai, China. But when a local design firm were asked to transform this traditional format in a highly modernist family home, they had to think differently. The result? White House by RIGI Design.
Nestled in the cinematic urban landscape of Chengdu, China, is a blockbuster destination with whimsical character and international appeal. The Budapest Café is inspired by Director Wes Anderson’s distinctive visual style and Melbourne’s signature café culture.
Iconic Sydney-based studio Arent&Pyke employ a solution-based understanding on design for entertaining to transform this Darling Point Penthouse into the ultimate living space for those who love to entertain.
Iconic Australian designer David Flack shares his experience of taking his design talent overseas to deliver one of this year’s most Insta-famous hospitality projects, Caravan Hapejong, South Korea.
There’s nothing wrong with celebrating the golden eras of design, but there’s a fine line before taking it too far. No.19 café by Biasol in Melbourne shows us case-in-point how to lift design cues from our past all the while keeping things contemporary.