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Where we swim: Liquid Blu’s aquatic culture

Where we swim: Liquid Blu’s aquatic culture

With a portfolio that extends from Hobart to Darwin and everywhere in between, Liquid Blu has played a key role in the development of Australia’s aquatic culture.

INDE.Awards entry deadline extended

INDE.Awards entry deadline extended

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.

The 5 things you need to enter INDE.Awards today

The 5 things you need to enter INDE.Awards today

We know how much work is involved in pulling together an awards entry. We’ve collated an INDE.Awards entry checklist to help you along.

The pared back luxury of Eden Health Retreat

The pared back luxury of Eden Health Retreat

Collectivus creates an immersive wellness escape at Eden Health Retreat with luxury cabins that celebrate a natural material palette and spectacular views.

It’s a no-brainer! 5 very good reasons to enter INDE.Awards

It’s a no-brainer! 5 very good reasons to enter INDE.Awards

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.

A tranquil women’s wellness centre, delivered with quality and integrity

A tranquil women’s wellness centre, delivered with quality and integrity

Building Guild’s early contract involvement in Holixir, an all-in-one women’s wellness space, culminated as a high-calibre, sophisticated and serene project with collaboration and meticulous client consultation at its core.

7 therapeutic interiors designed with mental health in mind

7 therapeutic interiors designed with mental health in mind

To celebrate Mental Health Week this year, we explore 7 artfully therapeutic environments that have been designed with mental health front of mind.

Designing for health and wellness is our ultimate responsibility

Designing for health and wellness is our ultimate responsibility

To what extent is designing for health and wellness within the remit of the built environment? Here’s what Kylie Buhagiar and Alicia McKimm of GOLDEN think.

FARM returns to origins for its design of Aesop’s new store

FARM returns to origins for its design of Aesop’s new store

Earthy orchards and elemental processes form the design genesis of Aesop’s store at ION Orchard in Singapore.

State of Kin brings a state of zen to adaptive reuse

State of Kin brings a state of zen to adaptive reuse

State of Kin has designed a new space for Bodyscape Yoga that enriches the body and the soul through expert interior design.

Welcome to Q Dermatology, please make yourself comfortable

Welcome to Q Dermatology, please make yourself comfortable

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.

Not your ordinary doctor’s office

Not your ordinary doctor’s office

Adopting a Wellness philosophy this clinic has enlisted the help of three separate architecture firms to build a relaxing, tranquil space.

Balance by Studio 103 brings a balanced design

Balance by Studio 103 brings a balanced design

Balance by name and balanced by design, this wellness studio designed by Studio 103 is a tranquil, peaceful space for AMP employees to look after their health and wellbeing.

A dermatology clinic with a difference by LAANK

A dermatology clinic with a difference by LAANK

Peer behind the calming timber reception and you will be surprised to find bursts of pink, orange and blue. This dermatology clinic breaks with convention to offer a new way of projecting professionalism and comfort.

Reinventing the boutique fitness studio

Reinventing the boutique fitness studio

Ohlo Studio’s new design for LA Fit takes inspiration from 1980s Los Angeles and reinvents the boutique fitness studio typology as a friendly place for all.

The ‘Anti-Gym’ Gym: R.A.W Melbourne by Travis Walton

The ‘Anti-Gym’ Gym: R.A.W Melbourne by Travis Walton

Working with Travis Walton Architecture and Interior Design, new health and fitness company Ready And Willing (R.A.W) has created a very un-gym environment.