Carole Whiting is an artistic whirlwind of creativity, and the interiors she’s crafted have to be seen to be believed.
Innovation, creativity and sustainability are the touch points for living well. Nightingale Ballarat by Breathe shows us what it takes to be name The Multi-Residential Building of 2022.
INDE.Awards entries are extended to 31 March, to give you just that little bit more time to get your award-worthy submissions in. Here’s everything you need to know.
Have you entered the INDE.Awards yet? Time is of the essence and we’ve given you 5 pretty good reasons to enter in 2022.
The romanticised university experience has been realised for current and future residents of Trinity College Student Accommodation, thanks to Hayball.
With architecture by Renzo Piano, interiors by Daniel Goldberg and Chris Darling and developed by Lendlease, no expense has been spared on the multi-residential towers of One Sydney Harbour.
Three Bauhaus shaped multi-residences have brought a hinterland region in China rapidly up to speed with modern urbanity and the lifestyles of the Y generation.
EDEN eschews the shiny, enclosed tower typology of high-end housing in favour of a more humanistic approach that celebrates Singapore’s tropical setting.
In Melbourne, HIP V. HYPE teams up with V-ZUG to deliver four high-performance homes that puts quality of life front and centre.
Babylon by Rothelowman presents a vision for multi residential design in the wake of COVID-19.
Created by New Hope Group & VMIG, The Landmark in Sydney is home to impeccable design and unparalleled amenities, making this multi-residential development a coveted destination for luxury living.