Prolific Japanese design studio Nendo have created a range of display furnishings for Tod’s department store in Omotesando, Tokyo.
The $4 million cinema redevelopment won a high commendation at IDEA 2014 for its atmospheric design, evoking film noir.
Divine deco by fmd architects
Built in 1930, this art deco residence designed by fmd architects has retained all the historic architectural features of the era, inside and out.
Jean Paul Gaultier’s latest exhibition has design under its skin
Fresh from a sellout season at Melbourne’s NGV, Gaultier himself anticipates the Paris exhibition of his iconic works to be “perfect”.
Nendo design furnishings for Tod’s Omotesando
The Geyer balance
With five offices across Australia and Singapore, and a staff of 120 dedicated employees, Geyer is the quintessential Australian success story.
Profile: Travis Walton Architecture
While Travis Walton’s design company is relatively young at four years of age, Walton has been part of the industry for some time.
Living design at Habitat
An ant farm for a bar? Rothelowman senior interior designer Olivia Lockhart reveals the story behind the creepy crawly design in this Q&A.
Australia Post delivers revamped interiors
Australia Post chose Carr Design Group to design the architectural and interior revitalisation of their decades-old headquarters. The result is a bold endeavour, launching the transitioning company into the digital world.
Sydney Pier One hotel interior by Bates Smart
Completed in March 2015, the luxurious hotel fit out recalls the building’s past as a terminal for P&O liners in the 1910s.
Cancer Council Victoria’s new look
In its very first major project Hot Black has made more than a stylish leap into commercial design with outstanding results for Cancer Council Victoria.