In its 40 years Maralunga has been much admired, both as a high-end designer piece and as a genuinely comfortable, user-friendly couch.
Red rare: Huxtaburger Prahran
A hamburger has never tasted so good as when served in the surroundings of Huxtaburger Prahran, the latest project from Russell & George. The design of the premises screams hot, hot, hot – and that’s not just the jalapenos talking. This project featured in (inside) Interior Design Review Issue 81.
IDEA Retrospective: Hecker and Guthrie
The first in our IDEA Retrospective series, an interview with Paul Hecker and Hamish Guthrie by CATC student Barbara Remmen. The pair reflect on their past IDEA award winning projects Reserve Restaurant (Hospitality 2003) and SABA Women’s Clothing (Retail 2004).
Cassina’s iconic Maralunga sofa turns 40
IDEA Shortlist: Residential decoration by Greg Natale
For the next entry in our shortlist series we preview the impeccable interiors at the East Brisbane Guest House, a project in the running to win 2014 IDEA’s residential decoration category.
IDEA Retrospective: Anthony Gill
Anthony Gill revisits his 2011 IDEA winning hidden laneway bar project, Berta Restaurant and Bar, in the next IDEA Retrospective interview written by CATC student Amanda Orme. With photography by Peter Bennetts.
Dulux releases their 2015 Colour Forecast
The latest forecast introduces four distinct style concepts: Wildland, Silentshift, Modhaus and Earthwerks. It includes inspired styling by Edwards Moore architects, textile designers Bonnie and Neil, and stylists Bree Leech and Heather Nette King.
Roseville House, Sydney
Leung Architects converted a modest house into a five bedroom residence with two living rooms, parent retreat and upgraded facilities to meet the family’s long-term requirements.
Reece Bathroom Innovation Awards
Michael Hoppe, industrial designer and founder of Hop Design, was awarded the BIA professional prize for his re-thinking of a compact and multi-functional vanity unit.
Lighting made locally by Volker Haug
The Melbourne based lighting designer’s quirky industrial aesthetic has been embraced both in Australia and abroad, with custom orders a business speciality.