With two young kids and a much-loved bungalow, the clients of Michael Gay at MSG Architecture decided they didn’t want to move from their Fremantle home. Rather, by utilising some of the driveway, they now have all the space they need through a modern extension. When explaining the approach to the design, Gay says, “By […]
Richard King Design was engaged to design a remodel of a house situated in Kingsville. The project, a dilapidated Federation worker’s cottage with a 1990s lean-to, was extensively demolished and extended into a two-level contemporary house that grew the spatial footprint from 85 square metres to 185 square metres. The remodel was accomplished within a […]
The latest iteration of Biggie Smalls blends the restaurant chain’s original street-art and hip-hop influences with an elevated New York City diner aesthetic. The Chapel Street site has been brought to life by Technē Architecture + Interior Design, taking the existing brand cues of Biggie Smalls, including street art, hip hop images and neon – […]
A traditional Japanese aesthetic consisting of a monochromatic palette, strong lines and the warmth of natural timbers set the tone for the design of Sushi Kenzen’s new restaurant in Brisbane’s Brunswick Mall precinct. In approaching the interiors, design agency whitewood wanted to communicate the restaurant ethos of using sustainable and ethically sourced produce. ADR caught […]
a2 Milk isn’t your average milk company. With a more modern take on its approach to wellness, the company desired a new office space to match.
Newtown house delicately preserves an emotional connection to an existing mid-century house, while enhancing the building's connection to its site.
Named Fjärilen, which is Swedish for ‘butterfly’, is a newly constructed apartment complex in Uppsala (Sweden) designed by Belatchew Arkitekter.
"We love the way the fluted glass screens twinkle like a jewel box, inviting you to enter with the promise of something precious within!" Rachel Luchetti of Luchetti Krelle discusses the studio's latest hospitality fitout – Mode Kitchen & Bar, a lush venue inspired by the refined glamour of 1920s grand hotels.
Shelf 1 is a design that oozes cubular appeal. It can be easily reconfigured on a whim to divide an open plan space into smaller collaborative zones. The unit can act as a room divider, storage system, a bookshelf and sound-management tool all at once, by simply moving accessories or flipping sound-absorbing panels from side […]
Woods Bagot has transformed the iconic Palace Hotel into its new Perth Studio, delivering an agile workplace for the 70-person strong team. Positioned on the corner of St Georges Terrace and William Street in the Perth CBD, the new studio fitout enables a highly flexible work environment which supports new modes of work, with wireless mobile technology and no allocated seating for staff, offering freedom of movement and choice.