The only meeting of art and architecture needn’t be an abstract sculpture in a building forecourt or a polite artwork on a boardroom wall.
Dreamtime Australia Design crafts a serious and visceral essay in butchery as high art in Sydney.
Hassell designs a creative space for a creative agency and curates the mess.
Eating out is often an indulgent pleasure that deserves a correspondingly lavish setting.
They all have tables, chairs, attentive wait staff and great food – so what makes a destination restaurant stand out from its neighbours?
Essential ingredients in a good lighting scheme to get a tasty outcome.
Acoustic advice can make a major contribution to the ambience of a bar or restaurant.
How diners engage with the dynamics of a large restaurant space.
Eating out alone is now commonplace and can be a pleasurable experience.
Hecker Phelan & Guthrie’s Outpost serves as a kind of self-contained settlement.
A tiny restaurant in suburban Sydney by Tribe Studio.
A tiny cafe in Darlinghurst by Rory the Architect.
A Korean restaurant designed by Studio MKZ.
The Penny Royal reflects a lasting interest in the small cafe as an extension of the house. And like the private spaces we inhabit, it …
A space-age future meets urban industry in this loudly branded vegetarian fast-food franchise.
A pizzeria in Melbourne’s inner north looks to the recent past to create future nostalgia.
Chris Connell focuses on space and form with a black-on-black approach for this Melbourne cafe.
Mission Australia’s training restaurant finds optimism in the history of its location.
A first-hand account of the photosynthesis of art, fashion and retail.
First impressions count in Carr Design’s new workplace for Minerals and Metals Group.
The Gallery of Modern Art finds that the true centre of its latest exhibition is behind the scenes.
Final pictures of a postwar building.