At a recent panel discussion, entitled Designing To Defy Ageism, panellists looked to dissolve the myths around age brackets and what we may assume people need and want at a certain age. What came out of the event was a much wider discussion around understanding the needs and desires of an end-user.
Made For has brought refinement and relaxation to a dilapidated warehouse in Brighton, Melbourne, that brings Bali Body into an era of beauty and space.
Vida Glow’s stunning new home base features bespoke rugs in a design that adds a sense of comfort and luxury to a place of work.
Champions of women in design and creators of bold and adventurous spaces, Ara Salomone and Alessandra French take Perth by storm.
Rezen Studio utilises a soft, warm and balanced material palette in New Me, an unconventional medical centre in Booragoon, Perth.
To celebrate Mental Health Week this year, we explore 7 artfully therapeutic environments that have been designed with mental health front of mind.
BLP’s Orygen and OYH Parkville offers a worldclass case study for the role can buildings play in alleviating feelings of loneliness and elevating mental health.
A filmmaker and a hotelier have joined forces to redefine the Australian wellness experience, with Sense of Self (SOS) Bathhouse and Spa, in Melbourne.
From its basement bike racks to its rooftop meeting pods, Market Lane by Elenberg Fraser fulfils a craving for greener pastures among its health-driven workers.
Q Dermatology presents a new way of greeting and treating patients, all within an environment that focuses on the comfort and wellbeing of the individual.
Wattyl worked on the Charles Perkins Centre at Sydney University to use its revolutionary building materials to support, enhance and elevate the research centre’s approach to improving global health.