For a brand that prides itself on originality and authenticity, this space made perfect sense for HAVN’s new home on Gertrude Street in Melbourne.
A new restaurant in Melbourne’s inner north is serving up Art Deco French fantasy, pushing the design boundaries like never before.
Cera Stribely steps out of its residential design remit to debut its first hospitality design – the remarkable redevelopment of Yarra Valley’s St Hubert’s Winery. Annie Reid reports.
With the opening of The Bureau in Sydney’s financial district, Kingsmede proposes a new office offering, known as ‘workday luxury’.
Woods Bagot is breathing fresh life into its workplace team by bringing a unique partnership comprising well-known designers, Cassandra Fahey and Wuff Keeble.
This agile, comfortable destination by Bean Buro puts the emphasis on a soothing and encouraging environment – the perfect place for learning about the retail trade.
Joost Bakker gives the fashion industry his green thumbs up with outdoor lifestyle brand, Kathmandu.
SJB’s Brighton Social Housing Development is a one-of-a-kind project demonstrating that social and market rental housing can co-exist.
Carley Nicholls and Alex Hopkins of Studio Tate are passionate about making good design accessible to all. The studio’s pro-bono social impact program has transformed its working culture, and the everyday lives of its clients.
For this Melbourne-based workplace, Gray Puksand has created an environment that exudes calm and balance. Soft, gentle Milliken flooring helps to craft the ambience and flow of the spaces.
ANZ pulls back the curtains on its former executive quarters and, with Foolscap Studio’s help, brings new creative vision to its working environments.
‘Cutting edge’ is not usually a phrase coined for salon design, but when Nickolas Gurtler Interior Design was engaged to create a transformative space for Cole Hair Studio in Double Bay, Sydney, it was the perfect opportunity to dial up the glamour.