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.
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.
Episode 3 of the Artedomus Expert Series: Japan reflects on the use of tiles in contemporary architecture, where they are not only used in bathrooms and kitchens but to provide decorative cladding.
A heritage townhouse in South Yarra, Blue Moon House saw BayleyWard approach the internal spaces as a series of puzzle pieces.