In its 75 years in the business of bathroom design, iconic Australian bathroomware brand Caroma has seen plenty of change. At least one thing however, has remained a constant.
The humble bathroom has transformed from outhouse status to become a valued extension of our living spaces – a safe haven of luxury and refined self-expression.
A boutique Jindabyne interior design studio, Maker + May, has taken home second place in the Contemporary Kitchen Award category of Sub-Zero and Wolf’s prestigious international Kitchen Design Contest.
Human-centred design is at the heart of everything Cantilever does. So much so that the grass-roots kitchen designer and manufacturer has developed a reputation for design integrity that precedes it.
Amongst the evolution of changing lifestyles and approaches to design, Caroma is at the forefront of reimagining the modern-day bathroom into an artful residential retreat.
Beyond the seeming simplicity of beautiful bathroom design is an engineering pedigree and forward-thinking focus – that is, if Caroma has anything to do with it.
The third annual Sustainability Live conference will return to The Star, Sydney on November 7 with a series of built industry-specific panels dissecting this year’s most important and pressing issues.
In collaboration with Keiji Ashizawa Design and Norm Architects, Karimoku have created a tailormade furniture collection, marking the launch of Karimoku Case Study.
The Australian dream of achieving seamless and stylistic connections between indoor and outdoor spaces is now easier than ever, thanks to Adam Robinson Design, House of Bamboo, and Outdoor Designer Store.
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.
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.