For Rebecca Trenorden, associate director at Carr, the return to the workplace after the upheaval of 2020 has brought into focus the importance of workplace design that supports wellbeing.
As the return to the workplace begins after months of working from home, Studio Tate is excited by the inherent opportunities to advance workplace design.
Now that work in the studio is balanced with working from home, Alison Palmer of JCB reflects that flexibility has become JCB’s primary work strategy.
The Fisher & Paykel Series
A Protected Haven – Bendemeer House by Ponting Fitzgerald Architects and Seagar Design
Responding to the extraordinary views of the surrounding landscape, Bendemeer House by Ponting Fitzgerald Architects and Seagar Design is a protected haven.
Defying all expectations of a small Victorian-era apartment on a busy thoroughfare in Potts Point, Basement Apartment is a calm and light-filled pied-à-terre.
Gordons Bay House by Secret Gardens and Milieu Creative is a waterfront family home with the perfect modern garden and landscape design to match.
Stealth Pavilion sees Plus Minus Design carefully integrate a multifunction volume into an established and heritage listed garden setting combining a refined and contemporary approach.
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.