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.
Originally designed by Sydney architect Gerry Rihs, Double Bay House has been in the careful custodianship of three owners.
From stonemasonry to embroidery, football and sculpture, for Steven John Clark, it was an unconventional path that eventually led to founding Melbourne-based studio denHolm.
Coco Flip draws on travel as both muse and source of new perspectives. Recently launching two new collections influenced by the Art Deco movement, Coco Flip’s ethos is grounded in considered design.
A single, brutalist-inspired double-height volume, conceived of as a concrete bunker, Perfect Storm by Killing Matt Woods is a play on scale & materiality that explores juxtaposition & contradiction.
Axolotl’s story of persistence and innovation for over 20 years sees the brand at the forefront of creativity and technology in architectural surfaces.
The story of Concrete Collective, the Melbourne-based concrete design company, is built on a love of design and a passion for creation but, above all, on a foundation of staunch friendship.
Baldwin & Bagnall’s Annandale House is a contemporary renovation within a grand double-storey Victorian terrace in Annandale, Sydney.
Creating simple, honest and handmade pieces, Mr and Mrs White products are the embodiment of minimalist design with a focus on the natural beauty of raw materials.
Designed and built by King’s Landscaping, the Jan Juc project is the result of a close collaboration between King’s Landscaping and the client.
Jess Nardella and his team of craftspeople at Mebourne-based DuoBuilt have specialised in high-end construction, delivering design-led, quality residential and commercial construction outcomes.
An unexpected turn in Mike Kelley’s career has seen him become one of the most renowned architectural photographers across the industry.
As part of VOLA’s series of short films focused on architecture and design, founding director of StudioIlse Ilse Crawford speaks to the importance of design as an expression of our innate values.
A new model with a vision to make architectural housing available to more people, Ruum curates limited edition, architect-designed houses, crafted by leaders in the architectural-construction industry
Volker Haug Studio’s interdisciplinary lighting collections are imbued with simplicity and a sense of luxury that elegantly unifies the interior.
Established in 2007 by industrial designers Sarah Gibson and Nicholas Karlovasitis, DesignByThem has always endeavoured to create and produce unique, novel designs for design enthusiasts.
“Engaging With The Essential Elements” – North Melbourne Terrace by Eldridge Anderson
Within a series of tight urban constraints, North Melbourne Terrace by Eldridge Anderson is a double volume alteration and addition to the rear of an existing Victorian terrace home.
Environmentally, Economically and Socially Responsive Housing - Nightingale 2.0 by HIP V. HYPE and Six Degrees Architects
Liam Wallis, founder of HIP V. HYPE, speaks about the approach to Nightingale 2 in Fairfield, the new address for considered, environmentally, economically and socially responsive housing.
Happiness comes from within but as Neometro founding director Jeff Provan knows all too well, our happiness is also highly influenced by the places in which we live and work.
The Tongue n Groove Series
Contemporary Tranquility - Portland Street Residence by Nina Maya Interiors
For Portland St Residence Nina Maya Interiors drew inspiration from the impressive panoramic views of Sydney Harbour to create a soft and tranquil home.
A structural masterpiece, the intricately designed Woollahra Courtyard House by Co-AP Architects has been shortlisted for several design awards.
Set on Sydney's lower north shore, Headland House sees Clayton Orszaczky create a reverential response to the coastal context.
The Artedomus Series
Melbourne's Home of Music - The Ian Potter Southbank Centre by John Wardle Architects
Despite its grand scale, the Ian Potter Southbank Centre, home of the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, is a building of remarkable generosity, whose design is grounded in encouraging the artistic.