Set on the tip of Point Seymour, the Peninsula House by Stafford Architecture, with interiors by Hare + Klein, balances openness to the exceptional harbour views with a sense of privacy and sanctuary.
The Melbourne home of Architecton Director Nick Lukas, balances the simplicity of rectilinear forms and raw materials such as concrete, steel and glass with elegant, detailed interiors.
Situated in the inner-Sydney suburb of Darlinghurst, the aptly named Darlinghurst Apartment provided Hecker Guthrie an ideal backdrop to play with light and explore ideas of sanctuary.
In the final episode of the Artedomus Expert Series: Japan, the week-long trip filming and sharing the experience of exploring the history, manufacturing and uses of tiles in Japan comes to an end.
Episode 7 of the Artedomus Expert Series: Japan focuses on Artedomus’ connection to the INAX factories, and the relationships that have been developed of many years of visiting.
Drawn From The Landscape – Palm Beach Blue by Benn + Penna Architecture and Newmark Constructions
Palm Beach Blue by Benn + Penna Architecture and built by NewMark Constructions is designed to enhance the experience of the view and landscape while also introducing a layered and playful design.
Episode 6 of the Artedomus Expert Series: Japan, explores how the close relationship with the INAX factories enables Artedomus to give Australian designers unparalleled access to custom ceramics.
Working from Home: The Herman Miller Series. Step inside the South Yarra home of Manuela Millan from Elenberg Fraser as she adpats to working from home.
Working from Home: The Herman Miller Series. We take you inside the Richmond home of Richard Healy from Bates Smart as he adpats to working from home.
For Melbourne-based design studio Biasol, design is an interdisciplinary practice in which architecture, interiors, products, art, graphics and branding come together as one.
Episode 5 of the Artedomus Expert Series: Japan considers how the natural materiality of INAX ceramics, and the subsequent textures are an expression of the Japanese idea of ‘wabi-sabi’.
Episode 4 of the Artedomus Expert Series: Japan delves into the manufacturing process of INAX ceramics that enables both an extremely high level of quality and precision.