To mark a full decade in practice, Cera Stribley co-founders Domenic Cerantonio and Chris Stribley share their thoughts on what the future might hold.
Moth Design brushes off the Scout Hall vibes on an 80s-style motel, to create the River Drive Motel in Victoria’s South Gippsland. It is all careful consideration and poignant touches, while still being ‘family-fit’.
A new restaurant in Melbourne’s inner north is serving up Art Deco French fantasy, pushing the design boundaries like never before.
LANDMARK by Lexus was back in full swing at the Lexus Melbourne Cup Carnival, with an electrifying ‘green’ feast for the senses. Experience it first-hand here.
Nickolas Gurtler has crafted an elite made-to-measure store for Brent Wilson and his discerning clientele – the kind of sophisticated gentleman that respects tradition but embraces technology and the future.
In a comprehensive redesign, Technē has opened a new chapter for this Bellarine Peninsula institution. Ranging from grand facade to boutique furniture details and everything in between, step inside this reinvigorated hotel.
In an era of impersonal online experiences, ‘Her Space’ by Henne on Prahran’s Greville Street is quietly bucking the trend. Annie Reid speaks with designer Brahman Perera.
Paul Conrad, Conrad Architects founding director, designs premium residential homes and developments in many of Melbourne’s best streets.
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.
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.