When it comes to climate control, Australian architects are going to ground for inspiration. MEZZANINE steps back in time to discover how our future is panning out.
Originally a building used by Freemasons, who did not accept women as members, The Sonic is now a retail and fashion centre owned and designed exclusively by women.
From Tasmania to the tip of Queensland, Australian designers are taking on the world with their feet firmly planted on the ground at home.
Across Australia, architects are finding that a response to place and the environment forms the foundation of ideas that will remain rock solid. Peter Salhani discovers for Mezzanine.
Written by Sandra Tan. Image above, Dogtrot House by Dunn and Hillam Architects. Photo by Dunn and Hillam Architects. When we hit the road in search of a change of pace and wide-open space, a minimal approach to design can make the destination a little bit more manageable. It is little wonder that the road […]
Celebrating the regional issue and supporting homelessness, Marcus Piper teamed up with furniture maker Chris Nicholson to create the Mezzanine stool.
In the North Queensland town of Bowen, graduate architect Chloe Naughton has brought together a world of ideas and solutions in Inverdon House for a couple of soon to be retiree’s.
Cassina, one of the world’s leading furniture companies, has rejoined Space and its collection of the world’s leading contemporary design brands.