With outstanding track records in design, Genevieve Hromas and Juliet Ramsay have been working on the found and the formed with OKO OLO.
Darling Quarter South Building represents the cutting edge of workplace design. It’s collaborative, campus-like and defined by fluid connections.
MDF Italia is now on the floor and displayed to best advantage at Bachli — and every product is an example of beautiful minimal design at its best. Jan Henderson speaks with MDF Italia’s CEO, Frederik Billau.
Byron Bay: just the name conjures so much. Everyone has a Byron memory fuelling a rose-tinted ideal of chucking it all in and moving to the coast. Enter Pixie, the new restaurant designed by Flack Studio.
The second Melbourne Design Fair presented a vibrant tableau of modern Australian design. The fair balanced aesthetic allure and thoughtful discussion by showcasing a dynamic array of contemporary and collectible designs.
Inspired by the flow of time and its profound impact on our surroundings, interior and product designer Gavin Harris unveils his latest collection — Circadian with Designer Rugs.
The Dulux Colour Awards 2023 has once again celebrated the audacious and sublime use of colour in architecture and design. We bring you the debrief on this year’s winners.
The shortlist for the Australian Institute of Architects Victorian Architecture Awards has been published. Nightingale Village is one of the projects in the mix and we spoke to Austin Maynard Architects about their part in it.
SJK Architects is an award-winning practice based in Mumbai. For this project, however, the focus is in Chennai, where Boat Club Apartments combine a sense of communal living with privacy and independence.
Paper & Clay brings the work of 29 Australian artists working in the enduring fields of clay and paper, together with the exceptional Maiori ‘Huggy’ collection of furniture by designer Antonie Lesur.
Kerstin Thompson Architects’ work at Bundanon recently marked its one-year anniversary. With Thompson having recently been awarded the AIA Gold Medal, it’s a fitting time for a mini-retrospective, continued here in this second part.