Publications

The Sanctuary Bunurong

ar – magazine

AR – Architecture is an industry at a crossroads with rapid technological advancements. Consumers now expect buildings to do more than ever including providing climate control, and increased access to natural light and ventilation. The heightened expectations and advancements in technology have pushed us into the realm of increased architectural experimentation. This experimentation is resulting in integrating […]

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661 Chapel Street apartments

inside – magazine

inside – A new dawn has arrived with the completion of 661 Chapel Street, an impressive new project from the practice of Bird de la Coeur Architects. As inside co-editor Jan Henderson discovers, this project celebrates the idea of community and seriously raises the design bar to a new high for residents and guests alike. Over the […]

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How technology is driving architectural experimentation

Architecture is an industry at a crossroads with rapid technological advancements. Consumers now expect buildings to do more than ever including providing climate control, and increased access to natural light and ventilation. The heightened expectations and advancements in technology have pushed us into the realm of increased architectural experimentation. This experimentation is resulting in integrating […]

In conversation: Hamilton Conte’s Ross Hamilton

Talking with Ross Hamilton from Hamilton Conte is a lively undertaking. He is passionate and articulate about Hamilton Conte, the company he and associate Fabian Conte created. Now, with the opening of its latest Parisian showroom, Hamilton Conte’s offering is complete, providing a home away from home for designers and their clients in a perfect […]

Why design thinking is integral to your business not just your projects

Design isn’t just about the plans you draw up for the buildings you create. Design thinking should be an integral part of your business model too. Design thinking is the antithesis of resting on your laurels, of reusing past methods and approaches or rehashing ideas. It is about finding the client’s specific problems and then […]

In profile: Iain Halliday

With more than 30 years in the interior design industry, Iain Halliday has not only shaped the aesthetic of Australian interior design, but has continually challenged fashion and taste. His is 
an aesthetic to die for – layered, rich, opulent and stunningly clear of clutter, despite the great plethora of objects and art his projects […]

When is it appropriate to reject heritage council recommendations?

Does Australia need a more trusted Heritage process? Shaun Carter, principal architect, Carter Williamson Architects, investigates.  Let’s put this into context: at state level, Heritage classification is a high threshold. Heritage can’t, and shouldn’t ever be a flippant exercise that registers buildings without deep thought and consideration. Cities will need to grow and change over time. […]

In conversation with Zwei Architects

Zwei (Interiors & Architecture) is a practice established by two women who are making their mark in the design world, raising families, giving back to their profession and doing it all with style and panache. Running a busy practice is challenging enough, but add to the mix, family, children, mentoring up and coming designers and […]

Myers Ellyett captures light and site in Brisbane

The residential work of Brisbane architects, Jade Myers and William Ellyett of practice Myers Ellyett, is intrinsically linked to its place, to vernacular building, a subtropical climate and a suburban context. Their latest project, Morningside residence, delves deeply into the opportunities of a typical Brisbane suburban site, exploring ways to order new rooms extending into […]

Centrum Architects restores and adapts Melbourne warehouse

A beautiful renovation of an inner city Melbourne warehouse by Centrum Architects embodies the ideals of luxury and style, as inside co-editor Jan Henderson discovers when she visits this hidden treasure. Melbourne laneways hold many secrets. Among them are the plethora of hidden bars, cafés and restaurants that are tucked away behind closed doors located […]

In conversation with fjmt’s Elizabeth Carpenter

Today it’s common to see people who never spend more than a couple of years in the same job. And then there are people like Elizabeth Carpenter. The fjmt principal has been with the practice for nearly 25 years and isn’t looking to move on anytime soon. Elizabeth Carpenter joined Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp (fjmt) when it […]







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