Hogg & Lamb deliver Gemelli and Tano, a Brisbane restaurant and bar inspired by the Mediterranean.
Referencing both its pine tree namesake and the local surf culture, Koichi Takada Architect’s Norfolk is a 9 level apartment on the Burleigh Heads waterfront.
With the help of Woods Bagot, the Goodman Group has moved to The Hayesbery, a new headquarters more fitting of its essence and sustainable commitments.
Originally designed in 1968 by Perth public architect, Vin Davies, The Hayman Theatre at Curtain University is a brutalist beauty, revitalised by With_Architecture.
Simply known as Elk at Falls, this boutique-style mountain lodge at Falls Creek has been given a huge makeover by Coy Yiontis.
A nook, a niche, or even just a portion of a kitchen table was once sufficient to work from home. But these temporary spaces no longer feel suitable and, with the family underfoot, the home office has moved up the wish list.
Woods Bagot serves up the nostalgia of ‘now’ at Melbourne’s new Next Hotel.
From the streets of New York to the laneways of Melbourne, Stephen Crafti looks at how architects are reinventing the public realm to support collaboration and connectivity.
In this comment piece, Stephen Crafti reflects on his experience collaborating with architect Robert Simeoni on the renovation of his own home, casting a quizzical eye over the relationship between architect and client.
DesignOffice’s latest project, Mastani, is a retail experience that creates the perfect environment for the serious shopper.
The latest exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) inspired by Rei Kawakubo and her vision for fashion will blow you away.
The architects of Cabrini Malvern’s new Gandel Wing have envisaged wards that feel both polished and hotel-like in quality. But it’s the focus on safety requirements and functional needs of patients and staff that really shines through.