Developed out of a belief in the benefits of architecturally designed homes and a desire to make architectural solutions more accessible, Ruum’s ethos has never been as relevant as it is in 2020.
Built in the 1960s, Gascoigne House was designed by Theo Bischoff for artist Rosalie Gascoigne and emphasises anintegrated connection to the outdoors.
The Pavilion sees Georgie Shepherd Interior Design take cues from the original home and clients’ love of Mediterranean architecture to create a space of soft organic tonality.
Within the walls of a Victorian-era pub in Abbotsford, Melbourne, DesignOffice has created an elegant fashion showroom that doubles as a private residence.
From the far corners of Tasmania comes together a curated collection of work by designer-makers who are dedicated to their craft and altogether quintessentially Tasmanian.
Rozelle Terrace sees Jillian Dinkel Designs combines both a sense of drama with a mature and enduring approach, to conjure a space untimed by fashion or trends.
Arc Side sees Jolson combine a rigorous reworking of the existing planning, and a recreation of the interior experience and its connection outward, to propose a home of enduring relevance.
Conceived as an inner-city escape, St Kilda Apartment by Fiona Lynch Office is an elegant, restful sanctuary that plays with green hues throughout.
Gingerbread House sees Carter Williamson combine a considered approach in incorporating a previous legacy with principles of flexible and connected living, encouraging natural light inward.
Darlinghurst Terrace sees Tom Mark Henry combine a considered and measured restraint to both uncover unique moments and implant new and meaningful insertions.
Introducing Teno, the highly anticipated second product offering from award winning design studio Lumio that has to be seen (and heard) to be believed.
Oliver’s Ridge sees Team Green Architects combine principles of restraint with extended rigour to propose a home that is responsive, consciously health-driven and energy efficient.
Australian designer Elliat Rich is proud to introduce her latest collection, Different Thoughts, for Stylecraft.
Rammed Earth House sees Planned Living Architects combine ideas of privacy, protection and immersion to propose a secluded and calming abode.
The Surry sees CandalepasAssociates combine an articulation of materiality through rhythm and restraint to propose a series of unexpected moments and sanctuaries internally.
Brighton Residence sees Golden combine daring and gallant gestures with refined details and considered restraint to propose a home of sensory immersion.
House of Bricks sees Jolson combine a crafted restraint with an understanding and appreciation of context, to propose a home that captures the spirit of its owners.
JJ House sees Bokey Grant Architects combine a conscious restraint with a celebration of thresholds, expressing movement and an intentional connection to the surrounding green.
Founded on principles of quality and sustainability, grazia&co exemplifies a long-established dedication to supporting and promoting local furniture design in Australia.
Issue 04 Feature
Blurring the Line Between Inside and Out – Trace Dining Collection by Tait and Adam Goodrum
Designed by Adam Goodrum, Tait’s the Trace Dining collection sees a transitional resort-style assemblage imagined blurring the lines between inside and out.
With bold forms and vibrant colours, Workplace exemplifies how Laminex can be used to create custom furniture and fittings that bring to life an inspiring working environment.