In a neighbourhood that has a penchant for replacing period bungalows with monolithic mansions, Rose Bay House by Ricci Bloch makes virtue of spatial quality over size.
In the eye of the storm that is the current climate crisis, sustainable design has never been more client-led than it is now. These 5 projects showcase mutual respect and great collaboration between architect and resident.
In their quest to design for longevity, Charlie Wilde and Travis Dean of Cantilever have established an admirable practice of sustainable collaborations with other like-minded design professionals.
In its own way, shape, and form, each of these kitchens from the 2019 Habitus House of the Year selection is an intuitive – not to mention beautiful – articulation of its user’s lifestyle and needs.
In pursuit of more sustainable approaches to vertical living, Brett Robinson of Acre has brought a boutique multi-residential development to life, elevating landscape design to new heights in the process.
The third annual Sustainability Live conference will return to The Star, Sydney on November 7 with a series of renowned panellists dissecting this year’s most important industry issues.
Armadillo & Co. commemorates its ten-year milestone with the Agra Collection; a range of rugs in beautiful hues that are soulful in heritage, rich in detail and versatile in their interior application.
For Luke Di Michiel, Caroma’s lead industrial designer on the Elvire Collection, the challenge was to keep the designs as simple as possible, and not to overdesign the products.
Very conservatively speaking, any architect would have at least one experience where they are yearning to try something – an unconventional layout, a modified detail, even a new material – only to be firmly told ‘no’ by their client.
The transformation of an elegant Ashgrovian Queenslander on a sloping site sees an architect’s studio carved into the thermal mass beneath his primary residence.