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A Simple Stone Farmhouse in Beechworth is Home to a Unique Contemporary Interior by Doherty Design Studio
Doherty Design Studio combine Japanese and rural Australian influences to create a contemporary holiday home that finds beauty in small scale and simplicity, prioritising quality of finish.
bernabeifreeman’s New Collection With Designer Rugs Is a Geometric Interpretation Of The Landscape
Australian design duo bernabeifreeman have created a new collection with Designer Rugs. Inspired by the landscape, the designs are geometric with a strong materiality and use of colour.
Acknowledging the Past Before Designing for the Future
Paul Conrad, Director of architectural and interior design practice Conrad Architects, reminds us why we must acknowledge the past before we can design for the future.
We speak with Heath Baldwin and Hayden Bagnall about their Broad Residence and how the project expresses an interest in evocative, sculptural forms.
Designer Rugs think of themselves not as a rug company, but as a design company that makes rugs, an approach that has led them to develop a unique design legacy.
Superestate, the superannuation fund giving its members the opportunity to get into the property market
Superestate are changing how we think about both property investment and superannuation, read the interview to find out how they are getting their members into the property market.
A heritage inner-city apartment is transformed into a unique family home
It’s not every day the brief for a renovation of a heritage CBD apartment includes not only adding more natural light but a rock-climbing wall as well.
Construction materials to consider for a more sustainable build
Most of us are aware of the environmental implications our building industry is having on the planet. Sophie Sisko explores the construction materials to explore for a more sustainable build.
DENFAIR Sydney was an inspiring opportunity for the design community to experience a taste of the larger Melbourne fair, with design lovers and industry professionals attending last weekend.
The Local Project talks with Kate McMahon and Rob Nerlich of mcmahon and nerlich about their holistic approach to architecture, their long working relationship and their Blue Ivy interior project.
Doherty Design transform a heritage former church into a contemporary family home. Taking inspiration from the church's original purpose as a space of tranquility, the home becomes a peaceful retreat.
The Remnants Table Series was created by Josh Carmody in response to the high levels of waste he observed from his work in the design industry.
Handknot Rugs by Designer Rugs Help Continue an Ancient Traditional Art
It is extremely rare today to find anything made by hand using centuries-old techniques. Designer Rugs handknot rugs help preserve this traditional art.
The environmental issues facing the world today are of such a scale that they cannot be solved be the actions of any one person alone.
For a solo designer, running their business can be difficult and isolating. The Design Coach is responding by creating a community and educating designers through Masterclasses workshops and coaching.
For the residents, this building is radically different to normal apartment living. Emphasising communal spaces, Nightingale 1.0 has fostered a community who genuinely who care about each other.
Sustainability is a concern for any designer working with timber, so when the AHEC challenged 8 of Australia's highly regarded designers to reimagine one of their designs, they rose to the occasion.