Victoria + Albert bathtub range
Rather than limit its appeal to one type of interior style, Victoria + Albert presents a varied range of bathtub personalities with its extensive series of bathtub designs.
Happy Birthday Unica!
Did you know it’s 60 years since the invention of the shower rail? Hans Grohe, we salute you and your far-sighted invention.
The Unicorn unveils its new look
When it came to designing a brand new fitout for Paddington’s Unicorn Hotel, a bottle of Veuve was all the inspiration necessary…
Profile: Nicholas Gurney
Gillian Serisier meets Sydney-based designer, Nicholas Gurney – a rising star with big ambitions for compact living.
The Park Royal by HASSELL
Informed by its location on Sydney’s Darling Harbour, HASSELL’s design for the revitalised Park Royal draws its design cues from both the Harbour and the CBD, delivering an expertly crafted hotel interior.
Designer winter escapes
Three design hotels in Italy, Sweden and Switzerland have some very impressive credentials, with the likes of Sir Norman Foster and Peter Bohlin featuring in their creation.
Insight: Decorative details
Bold and adventurous or painstakingly intricate, weaving a story into the fabric of an interior is a technique stretching back centuries. From metallic tiles to experiments with digital printing, Annie Reid investigates a number of recent projects in which the devil is in the detail.
Interview: Russell & George
Having crafted a stable of acclaimed fitouts, Russell & George is well-placed to discuss the changing face of retail. Directors Byron George and Ryan Russell talk about their design process.
Travis Walton transforms the distinctive pattern and geometry of fashion label, Gorman, into built form to create a rich, timber-wrapped store at Melbourne’s Highpoint shopping centre.
Tonka by Techne Architects
Tasked with a difficult inner-city site, Techne Architects pairs an ethereal installation with a welcome element of restraint to produce a distinctive new bar and restaurant in Melbourne.