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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.

One of Australia’s best bathrooms is in this Sydney girls school

From décor to design, aesthetics to environment, the Monte Sant’ Angelo Mercy College bathroom is recognised as the Best Bathroom of 2018.

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.

Capsule hotel + sauna? It’s a thing

Remember Japanese capsule hotels? Although Tokyo is still littered with them, many conjure up a kitsch fad that has passed its heyday. Faced with the task of renovating one, Schemata Architects embraced a no-nonsense retro aesthetic to unite the two activities of sleeping and steaming.

Back to the future Hall Chadwick Brisbane by COMUNiTI

A progressive urban workplace’s imaginative design reflects its rural heritage, encourages movement and unifies its team: Hall Chadwick’s exciting new premises by COMUNiTI.

Elwood House's living, dining and kitchen area, complete with Gaggenau appliances

How the Elwood House has it all in city living

Inner city Melbourne has many beautiful locales and highly sought after suburbs in which people want to live, but few are so pretty as the beachside suburb of Elwood. An established suburb, Elwood has become a hub for those who appreciate parklands and the beach while still wanting to immerse themselves in the social interaction to be found at nearby cafes, restaurants and speciality shops. And the Elwood House is the perfect example of this suburb’s popularity.

Hyundai Capital Convention Hall by Gensler

Could you learn in this space?

While designers take up the tenets of biophilia for working and learning spaces, Gensler seeks out the zenith of minimalism in a futuristic light-sculpted convention hall. The intention is for optimum focus, free of distraction. Does the solution answer the challenge?

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