Created with the intention of expanding interior design possibilities, ‘StayDream – A Surreal Reality’ invites an examination of the various ways we perceive indoor and outdoor elements.
Using a custom virtual reality tool, the Proximity of Care Design guide is intended to help developers and designers create urban environments that are more liveable for pregnant women, children, their caregivers — and in fact everyone.
Hub Local – Box Hill helps meet the increasing demand for flexible and convenient working environments outside of typical CBD locations.
A collaborative partnership between two Australian design entities with a lot in common, ‘Refract’ combines distinct materiality with light play.
‘Younghusband’, the historic woolshed site in Melbourne’s inner-north-west, will be transformed into both an A-grade commercial location and a model of sustainability.
Presenting the Sleeping Lab – Arch by Shanghai’s Atelier d’More. The design studio has led the rebirth of this residential office as a boutique hotel. We invite you to scroll and admire.
Specified at the new Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Verosol Ambience roller blinds are helping the building’s innovative timber structure shine.
Specified in the new Central Courtyard Building, Verosol blinds are helping create a place in which lessons are learnt and friendships are forged.
Whilst unauthorised and inappropriate use of Indigenous designs and cultural appropriation are real and on-going problems, this white paper explains how reputable manufacturers, such as Designer Rugs, are addressing them.
Introducing Stormtech’s 120SCS, a multi-function linear drainage system with integrated shower screen support and unique dual-sided operation.
The National Herbarium of NSW houses over a million botanical specimens, some of which are more than two centuries old. Including numerous climate control features, such as Verosol blinds, the state-of-the-art facility is helping safeguard Australia’s natural heritage for future generations.
Featuring 519 rooms, the Col James Student Accommodation sits on land owned by the Aboriginal Housing Company.