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The Projects

Take a look at some killer design projects across the commercial, retail and hospitality sectors. We’re always on the hunt for interior design inspiration – from the hippest new café and hotels to workplace design that is breaking the mould – we’ve curated the best of the best in architecture and design for you.

Dan Webster and Nathan Burkett have created a shared office space.

Too many designers on the drawing table? Not for this shared office

Architect Dan Webster, landscape architect Nathan Burkett, together with interior stylist Simone Haag, have created a new shared office space that feels inviting and homely.

Wagaya by Span Design

Sensorial overload: Wagaya by Span Design

Inspired by the hanami season in Japan, Wagaya is an immersive space designed to capture the sensory experience of sitting beneath the cherry blossom trees.

Australia’s education sector reaches new heights … literally!

With more enrolments than ever and less real estate stock available, how is design in the education sector building a new culture of learning in Australia?

Designing the university experience: student amenities and accommodation

University enrolments across Australia continue to skyrocket. How are our architects and designers responding to this increased demand on student amenities?

The Working Capitol, Singapore by HASSELL

Next-gen co-working: HASSELL’s The Working Capitol

Has co-working been up-staged by the pervading popularity of an out-of-office culture? The answer is, not quite yet! In its latest design for The Working Capitol Robinson Road Singapore, HASSELL expertly subverts pop culture tropes to re-envisage co-working as a progressive yet playful model that speaks the language of the Millennial workforce.

Naoto Fukusawa has outfitted a michiya for Issey Miyake Kyoto.

Issey Miyake Kyoto amalgamates past and present

Naoto Fukasawa outfits a traditional michiya into Issey Miyake’s first standalone store in Kyoto, offering a tranquil backdrop for the brand’s graphic and colourful clothing.

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