Situated in a leafy enclave in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, this Edwardian home has the charm of a bygone era coupled with the charisma of a new David Hicks design.
Playing on the opposites of a rich interior surrounded by light, Greg Natale has created a cocoon of sumptuous finishes that pay respectful homage to The Astor’s heritage and era.
This project featured in (inside) Interior Design Review issue 82.
IDEA Shortlist: Greenland Display Suite
We continue our 2014 IDEA shortlist series with a high impact futuristic interior by PTW and LAVA, featuring photography by Brett Boardman and Peter Murphy.
IDEA Shortlist: Zhou Zhou
Hecker Guthrie’s playful nod to the traditional teahouse concept gives character to this contemporary Melbourne bar, the next in our IDEA 2014 shortlist series.
Back to the future: Elsternwick Residence by David Hicks
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.
Haymes’ 2015 colour forecast predicts a stylish future
Haymes has divided its latest forecast into five main concepts – Exotic Botanic, New Skin, Rhythmic Palms, Raw, and Relaxed Replay. Photography by Martina Gemmola and Shannon McGrath, with styling by Ruth Welsby.
IDEA 2014 Shortlist: Virgin Australia Sydney Lounge
The Australian Design Review continues the IDEA 2014 Shortlist series with an exceptional public space by Tonkin Zulaikha Greer Architects.
IDEA 2014 Shortlist: Cabin 2
The Australian Design Review kicks off the IDEA 2014 Shortlist series with a refined residential project by Maddison Architects.
Space language – Sneakerboy by March Studio
Exponentially expanding volume as both a concept and physical boundary, March Studio explores cyberspace in bricks and mortar for fashion house Sneakerboy in Melbourne.
Egon Zehnder by IF Architecture
The new design of a Melbourne office provides workers and visitors alike with surroundings that feed the soul and inspire the intellect.