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April 24, 2013

Inside 76 escapes the city to uncover a range of out-of-town projects, with interiors unhindered by compact urban living and that embrace their countryside and coastal surroundings.

In this issue, Inside escapes the city to uncover a range of out-of-town projects, with interiors unhindered by compact urban living and that embrace their countryside and coastal surroundings. Though united by their relative distance from urban centres, each offers a pleasing stylistic variety – from the Scandinavian-inspired aesthetic of Wolveridge Architects’ Blairgowrie House to the rich and luxurious fabrics of Molecule’s interiors for the sprawling Levantine Hill Homestead, as well as the more modest material palette of Invisible studio’s addition to an English farmhouse.

The reinvigoration of Ted Ashton’s 1974 Mitchelton Winery in Victoria by Hecker Guthrie, as well as Haworth Tompkins’ considered contribution to the Aldeburgh Music Creative Campus in Suffolk, England, provide two noteworthy out-of-town regeneration projects. The final project is Alexander Lotersztain’s flamboyant Alfred & Constance in Brisbane; though not physically found ‘out of town’, this eclectic design offers escapism of a different sort.

Also in this issue: a profile on celebrated Australian designer Trent Jansen & his new work for Broached Commissions; forty years of Adelaide’s JamFactory; plus a closer look at two new Sydney ventures offering collaborative and cost-efficient workshop spaces for local designers.

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