Pascale Gomes-McNabb Design reinvents Adelaide’s Penfolds Magill Estate Restaurant.
Grimshaw Architects in association with The Buchan Group “civilizes” Australia’s third largest retail mall, in Melbourne’s north-west.
Eclectic and nostalgic interiors by Nicholas Graham & Associates and Indyk Architects.
A more liveable work space in tune with a more flexible modern work force.
A classic riverside restaurant by Allan Powell Architects at Melbourne’s reborn Hamer Hall.
A store in the centre of Milan shows why Paola Navone is sought after as a creator of magical experiences.
John Wardle Architects, Wonderwall and Westfield’s collaborate on a major Sydney redevelopment.
Russell & George’s unified space for the Melbourne Thurley store belies a richly layered and detailed interior.
Kenzo’s Melbourne store is an enchanting example of simple and rich design that reflects and complements the brand.
A historical flavour combines with a love of fine dining in Hecker Guthrie’s interiors for a new French brasserie in Melbourne.
A complex functional brief on a difficult corner site adjacent to the heritage St Vincent’s Hospital.
PMDL brings soft lake-side colours indoors at Sydney MGSM business school’s hotel.
A retreat in the Bowen Mountains provides a home-style bush experience complete with Glenn Murcutt inspired architecture.
Ministry of Design reinvented Singapore shophouses as a chic, contemporary hotel referencing Singapore’s colonial heritage.
A new hotel concept, the Lost & Found is a temporary, free hotel room for sampling the work of creative Melburnians.
Quirky details and a passion for sport set apart the Middle Park Hotel in Melbourne.
The interiors of this restaurant by Buro Architects move gradually from dramatic dark to light and airy.
Cafe Bourgeois by Minifie van Schaik Architects provides a retreat for Melbourne’s Docklands office workers.
Dreamtime Australia Design crafts a serious and visceral essay in butchery as high art in Sydney.