House Lincoln sees THOSE Architects combine an acute understanding of materiality and context to propose a home of deliberate longevity.
The VOLA 111 series was designed by architect Arne Jacobsen and VOLA owner Verner Overgaard in 1968. The first of its type, the 111 mixer stands as the foundation of innovating spirit.
Bellevue Hill House V sees Popov Bass return to the site of their original 1996 design to reconfigure and focus the home for its new custodians.
A Multi-Generational, Multi-Use Model – Mermaid Multihouse by Partners Hill and Hogg & Lamb
A study in the multigenerational living conceived by Partners Hill and delivered with Hogg & Lamb, Mermaid Multihouse serves as an experiment in the multi-use vernacular.
Art House Residence by Nina Maya Interiors, together with Bevan Boss Design, is a home of grand proportions and ambitions.
Taking inspiration from its 1990s past, Keano Warehouse sees WOWOWA to propose a three-storey medley of colour, pattern and texture within the walls of a warehouse in Melbourne’s inner north.
Paddington House 05 sees Nobbs Radford Architects optimise the home’s unique and compact site, creating an introspective retreat from the dense urban environment it is immersed within.
Reinvigorating an important 1839 homestead in Launceston, Symmons Plains sees an homage to the past combine with a contemporary refinement.
A rustic yet elegant home by Lisa Buxton Interiors, the Wensley, so called due to its location in Wensleydale, sits on 80 acres of rural farm land, amidst the rolling hills of country Victoria.
From this moment forward, eating will be different. Introducing KROF Cutlery, the Australian cutlery brand that brings a high-end serving experience directly to the home.
Reimagining an existing waterfront house, Tobias Partners transforms Vaucluse Bay House into a home befitting its enviable location, tucked away discretely in a rare waterfront site on Sydney Harbour.
Celebrating local established and emerging talent, the Design Tasmania Awards are an ongoing promotion and recognition of innovation and ingenuity in contemporary design thought.
United by the core values of quality and sustainability, Cantilever is a design-centric Australian kitchen manufacturing and interiors company committed to designing for longevity.
Cabbage Tree House by Peter Stutchbury Architecture is a built manifestation of place, whose purpose is to heighten the understanding & emotional experience of the land that informs the architecture.
Bungan Beach Beauty by Les Interieurs employs a deliberately minimal, muted palette and an impassioned love for the natural world, while organic elements bring a sculptural curiosity design.
Onedin by Shaun Lockyer Architects combines interconnecting vertical and horizontal planes to compose Onedin, a balanced and robust expression of place, deeply connected to its landscape.
Gordons Bay House is a fusion of robust resilience and a casual coastal simplicity. Popov Bass combines a series of contrasting elements, both in form and materiality.
Bellevue Hill sees Alexandra Kidd Design bring a contextual appropriateness to the period home through considered detailing and a classic palette.
Perched on a steep incline in picturesque Gordons Bay, a tiered garden from Secret Gardens sees the outdoor spaces match the uncompromising and site-specific house they surround.
Inspired by the interaction between light and the curved surface, Est Lighting’s Melbourne showroom, by Christopher Elliott Design, is a celebration of both light and the local design community.
At the heart of Flack Studio is a dynamic balance between meticulous research on the one hand and a powerful intuitive design sensibility on the other.
Abodo Wood is changing the way dark timbers perform by providing their products with an increased level of protection against environmental pressures and the natural aging process.
Harry and Viv’s House by Ha Architecture is a small Victorian that questions expected relationships while maintaining the integrity of the detailed heritage façade.
We explore Hearth Studio and Lauren Bamford’s Slow Beam, a truly immersive visual feast, where guests can stay in West Hobart in amongst a celebrated showcase of Australian art and design.