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Sibling Spice by Studio Y. is a coffee hot spot by day and a moody and inviting restaurant by night. The project was shortlisted at the 2018 Melbourne Design Awards.

GIA X by Studio Y. savours a minimalist approach while considering clean lines and rustic finishes that frame the products, making them the hero of this elegant space.

The Martha Cove House by Dan Webster Architecture is an architecture and interior design project located in the exclusive Melbourne water side suburb of Martha Cove.

A modern learning centre addition to the existing campus of Parade College creating a stimulating new learning space.

A challenging project for architects Fooman, as the existing interwar duplex was on a sloping site with no outdoor connection to the views or gardens.

Studio Y. continues its foray into the retail space with Milligram, home of the world's best design stationery including international brands like Moleskin and Lamy.

Combining Korean craft with new technology, this is a playful and carefully detailed experience modernised and evolving the much-loved dining tradition.

Pinkie promises good food, good coffee and good moods. By taking a contemporary and practical approach to a postmodernist palette, Biasol have designed a café that also delivers a fresh form.

The transformation of a unloved and dilapidated warehouse into a new modern open workspace for Idle Architecture Studio.

The majority of the original Victorian shell and interiors were still intact but this single fronted terrace home was in desperate need of a renovation to bring it into the current age of architecture

Biasol brought their Australian affinity for natural light and open-plan living to Butterfly House, an East London townhouse, while retaining its classic English details and sentiment.

An industrial designed workplace created as a shared studio for Nathan Burkett Design and Dan Webster Architecture.

The transformation of an existing Edwardian weatherboard home in Coburg to create a better entertainment space for a family of three.

This is the transformation of a 1920s Californian Bungalow into a modern space of warm and homey contemporary comforts.

Interior design studio Biasol used filmmaker Wes Anderson’s distinctive visual style as the inspiration for The Budapest Café in Chengdu, China.

Formerly a Melbourne church hall, this private residence was given an instant makeover in only two weeks to become a unique urban home.

This is a double storey extension to a single fronted Victorian in Williamstown to create a more open and spacious design.

The unique concept of the Inside Outside House in Perth was to seek and express the site as a room to inhabit.

Situated in the leafy streets of Kensington, this double storey Victorian terrace required a renovation to accommodate the modern-day lifestyle of a growing young family.

Ewert Leaf provided a sleek and contemporary residential renovation to an existing single fronted Victorian terrace house in South Yarra, Melbourne.

Light space and dynamic forms are the driving forces behind this modern extension to a heritage home in St Kilda West.