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  • Studio Y’s raw interior

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    For Melbourne’s specialty dessert bar Raw Trader, Studio Y has created an interior that envelops the patron in a tactile and rustic industrial environment.

  • WWI centenary marked by nautical museum


    Marking the centenary of WWI, the Australian National Maritime Museum (ANMM) has launched Action Stations, a $12-million dollar museum designed by multi-disciplinary studio Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp (FJMT).

  • Shapes and shadows: the architect at home

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    In the Melbourne suburb of Brighton, Robert Puksand of Gray Puksand has completed a $1.8 million residential project – his own family home. A field of irregular shapes and colours, the space is a playful exploration of architecture in the most personal of settings.

  • Matt Woods brews interior for second Rabbit Hole store


    In an area set to become a thriving precinct for hospitality design, The Rabbit Hole will open their second store in Barangaroo South this June, again enlisting Matt Woods Design to provide their signature flair.

  • Moody retail at OSKA Sydney


    Designed by Ink interior Architecture, German womenswear label OSKA’s QVB Sydney store displays a tough materiality, with slick black surfaces and a monochrome palette providing a dramatic backdrop to the clothing on show.

  • CSU Engineering Building by ThomsonAdsett


    ThomsonAdsett has designed a new engineering building for Charles Sturt University, with views to Bathurst’s iconic Mount Panorama race circuit. The unique project illustrates the benefits of designing a curriculum and associated learning 
environment in parallel.

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