Referencing both its pine tree namesake and the local surf culture, Koichi Takada Architect’s Norfolk is a 9 level apartment on the Burleigh Heads waterfront.
Greenland Centre is a landmark project in the heart of Sydney that has redefined the possibilities for residential skyscrapers.
Designed by CHT Architects with Sora Interiors, the newly completed St James Park Residences in Hawthorn, offer Melbournites an urban, à la mode alternative to the outlived quarter acre dream.
Multi-residential living is the way of the future and whether you live in Hong Kong or Mumbai, Melbourne or Singapore good design makes all the difference to our lifestyle and wellbeing.
When it comes to apartment living there is no market more discerning than empty-nesters and their message is clear: down-sizing doesn’t mean down-grading. Through superior lifestyle design, The Grace, in Sydney responds with clarity and style.
Designed to connect, evolve and thrive in the Sydney locale of Kogarah is Veridian – a residential haven that celebrates the community culture. Luxurious and comfortable, it’s the perfect place to call home.
Central to the hubbub of Canberra while simultaneously offering the respite of nature – the Northshore Kingston development by Pavilion Group also wins with the inclusion of Bosch’s Series 8 collection.
Koichi Takada Architects is best known for pushing people’s perception of architecture. Case in point: the Crown Group’s Arc, which has won the inaugural Editors’ Gold Mark award at the INDE.Awards 2019.
Our urban centres hold more and more of our population. Our living environments are shifting. Multi-residential developments sit at a unique point of this state of flux. We find out from Bosch’s Robert Warner about what this means for the products in our apartments and how consumer habits are changing accordingly.
How do you build community in multi-res developments? We get the low down on 122 Roseneath Street in Melbourne – a project by Wulff, Fieldwork, Assemble and ICON Developments.
Worldwide, multi-residential buildings are designed in response to the growing population while answering the needs of a site and inspire through design. We look back at The Multi-Residential Category at the INDE.Awards for inspiration.
We asked Seada Linardi, the founder of boutique architecture practice SLAB, some questions about design process, running a successful practice and balancing it all as a parent.
How should designers approach carpet specification for multi-residential and education environments? Download the free whitepaper on carpet specification for these sectors, here!
Melbourne-based architect Nick Harding has been nominated as a Prodigy for the 2018 INDE.Awards and deservedly so we think.
As new technologies emerge and new forms of the built environment gain traction, one brand is using inspired design thinking to reimagine how it operates.
As urban density continues to rise, and as population growth steadily grows, many of us are looking toward multi-residential buildings for the answer. Here’s why we love them!
MAD Architects has designed a ten-building residential project in China that mimics the surrounding mountains.
Playing on the juncture of old and new, this pixelated warehouse project by DKO doesn’t hide from its past, while showcasing its future.