Who’s moving up and joining forces in architecture and design? July saw a fresh wave of skilled professionals promoted, and two major mergers between firms.
Woods Bagot’s Perth interiors division is led by a stellar team of women. The holistic leadership model has seen the studio’s exceptional portfolio of products flourish.
Paving the way for a new era of slow, biophilic multi-residential design are the two new developments by Crown Group in the inner-Sydney suburb of Waterloo.
There’s no taking the Gippsland out of the Farmer’s Daughters — a new restaurant on Collins St, Melbourne, by Agents of Architecture.
As a talented, multi-award winning architect and designer, Rooshad Shroff has just established a new gallery in Mumbai that celebrates design at its very best.
With venues in popular locations boasting high star-ratings these days a dime-a-dozen, there is a new criteria being coveted in the hospitality scene.
Since its launch in October, the cutting-edge profile of Shaw Contract’s new showroom has been an excellent addition to Sydney Harbour’s iconic waterfront.
Shaw Contract’s new showroom sits on the iconic waterfront shores of Sydney Harbour. The new multi-level facility sets the benchmark for authentic and artful working environments, offering the finest products in an inviting and inclusive space.
What’s not to love about Peaches? Pierce Widera’s stunning rooftop cocktail bar channels the 70s, 80s and 90s in an electrifying hospitality vibe.
Inspired by the 1984 film masterpiece, Bicycle Thieves is a light-filled eatery that celebrates Italian culture and creates captivating food with a contemporary twist.
Renowned architecture and design firm Gray Puksand demonstrates the importance of a healthy work-life balance with a sophisticated and elegant end of trip facility – Chifley Lifestyle.