Australian hospitality design in the UK at Holborn Grind
Biasol Design Studio, a small local practice, was recently shortlisted in the international Restaurant and Bar Design awards for their convivial Holborn Grind project in London.
The changing face of our workplace
A global shift in how the workplace functions is being driven by an emergent workforce that demands flexibility, comfort and embedded technology.
Bridport Terrace: a versatile sanctuary
Melbourne’s Bridport Terrace by Matt Gibson Architecture + Design is an urban escape, one which provides its client with a sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of inner city life.
Glamp Cocktail Bar
Playfully combining a stylised African safari aesthetic with the concept of ‘glamping’ (glamorous camping), owners Dean and Jeanelle Mariani and Studio Equator have created a vibrant hospitality experience.
Emerging practice: Q+A with TomMarkHenry
The Sydney-based design studio has had a busy 2015, taking on a number of commercial and residential projects within its first year of practice.
Coogee Residence by Madeleine Blanchfield Architects
Madeleine Blanchfield Architects aimed to modernise the existing duplex and transform it into a home suitable for a young family, which was open to the garden, full of light and tied back to the existing character of the building.
Ground control to MJR TOM
MJR TOM is a space for patrons to enjoy a street dining experience from morning to night in one of Melbourne’s most vibrant and culturally diverse districts.
Courting the future
Though her high profile collaborators include Hecker Guthrie and Anthropologie, Sibella Court continues to polarise the design community. The stylist, blogger, author and interiors specialist speaks to Gillian Serisier about her multifaceted career.
Celebrating unique craft at Sydney’s first inner-city distillery
The Archie Rose Distillery opened in Rosebery in February, bringing Sydney-based design practice Acme&Co into the limelight.
Mid-century modern at the Sydney International Film Festival
A constant favourite with film directors and production teams, Herman Miller pieces can be found in many popular film and TV franchises, from James Bond to Mad Men series.