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Written by Leanne Amodeo

Kingsleys by SJB

The masculine charm of Kingsleys

If your business was a person, who would it be? Kingsleys in Sydney had already workshopped its brand strategy and came to SJB with an intriguing brief: to personify Liam Neeson. Looking beyond the Hollywood glamour, SJB has translated this quirky concept into a fit-out that speaks to both its locality and Liam using an interior palette filled with character quirks.

Khai Liew’s masterful approach to craftsmanship

Khai Liew’s masterful body of work is informed by his background as a conservator and dealer and framed by a practice characterised by collaboration.

David Jones Food Hall by Landini Associates

Reinventing the classic food hall

The David Jones Food Hall at Bondi moves into a new era of hospitality thanks to the recent renovation by Landini Associates.

Confetti collection by DesignByThem

Truly fantastic plastic

DesignByThem’s newest collection elevates 100 per cent recycled plastic to a covetable material palette in furniture pieces that are all about colour, form and functionality.

Reinventing the boutique fitness studio

Ohlo Studio’s new design for LA Fit takes inspiration from 1980s Los Angeles and reinvents the boutique fitness studio typology as a friendly place for all.

Streets Ahead: RMIT’s New Academic Street

How do our universities cater to education’s ‘new consumers’? That is 21st century students – new age info-natives who study, socialise and ‘hang’ in the spaces in-between home and the lecture theatre. RMIT’s New Academic Street is a radical re-make of a rapidly ageing campus, addressing changing student needs with a complex design scheme that puts the emphasis on technology and study.

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