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Kustom Timber’s new Mornington showroom by Studio Griffiths is a stunning display of how simple, refined surfaces, clever display setups and a minimal, well-selected array of furniture can take a space from pleasant to extraordinary.
Inspired by the sculptural modernist works of Brancusi, Deadly Ponies Armadale is a humble yet intriguing store, subtly hidden behind steel mesh curtains.
In Living Edge’s new Sydney Living Office, work is sensitively blended into the beautiful furniture showcases. It’s a dynamic destination that serves as a specification hub, and the central headquarters for the Living Edge team.
A trip to the cinema in Ho Chi Minh City, is not just a matter of viewing the latest blockbuster these days but there is also the chance to enjoy the cinema itself – through a design that takes colour to another level entirely.
Inspired by water, the new Hogan Lovells office in Beijing supports fluid ways of working, while bringing people together in an inviting space. Designed by MCX Interior, the workspace sets a new standard in China’s capital city.
Greenland Centre is a landmark project in the heart of Sydney that has redefined the possibilities for residential skyscrapers.
Sanya Farm Lab, designed by CLOU Architects, is an indoor-outdoor exhibition space, connected by a visually striking wooden grid.
Designed by Hong Kong multi-disciplinary studio via., Atrium House is a clubhouse that services its residences with luxe communal areas, including a pool, a banquet dining room, tea room and chess pavilion.
Positioned at the junction of the Adelaide Hills and McLaren Vale, the Coach House is an enchanting mix of old-world charm and modern details.
The Gold Coast’s new HOTA Gallery engages with the post-modern city in a casual surfside manner, coming to life through an organic, Voronoi concept.