The new jewel of Crown Towers’ restaurant precinct, by Blainey North.
Sydney’s iconic high street providore opens a restaurant / grocer by Landini Associates in Westfield, CBD.
In the heart of Victoria’s spa country is a series of interlocking, timber-clad duplexes with interiors by David Hicks.
Techne Architects revives a Melbourne pub with fictional narratives and building salvage.
A degraded caravan park near Tasmania’s stunning Freycinet Peninsula is rehabilitated by Inspiring Place in support of an ecolodge.
For a local bar and bistro in Fitzroy, SMLWRLD architects use a firey yellow and bluestone as the signature.
An inner-Brisbane laneway bar by Marc & Co uses its gritty setting inside an old loading dock to advantage.
Melbourne practice Herbert & Mason give Sydney a chic shrine to coffee in a former printing factory in Surry Hills.
Grant Cheyne and Neil Perry team up to create two Melbourne destinations: The Waiting Room and Spice Temple.
The Apollo restaurant in Sydney, with interiors by George Livissianis, peels back layers of the building’s history.
KRM’s new black-and-white Burbury Hotel in Canberra is grown-up and gimmick-free.
An international style defines the Darling Hotel by Cox Richardson and DBI Design for Sydney’s revamped Star City Casino.
A multisensory installation by London design practice Studio Toogood that demystifies wine.
The Birdcage marquees at the Melbourne Cup Carnival are carefully orchestrated interiors for the theatre of social exchange.
For Australia’s first Jamie’s Italian, Peck von Hartel has created a richly detailed interior expressing Jamie Oliver’s ethos.
In a pocket of the Melbourne Recital Centre, Six Degrees shapes an intimate restaurant and bar.
A 150-year-old church in Sydney’s historic quarter, The Rocks, reincarnated as a bar by Woods Bagot.
Singapore-based architect Michael Fiebrich gives the global Nobu brand a distinctively Western Australian restaurant.
This Sydney cafe by Luchetti Krelle for a confectionary king is a nod to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
Built on the flat roof of the Four Seasons, this spa by Eric Parry creates an oasis in the sky with views of London.
This Brisbane restaurant by Arkhefield features a stacked, curving timber wall that runs through the centre of the space.
Artisan-made, bespoke features make the interior of this Sydney nightspot by Dreamtime Australia Design unique.
This Melburnian restaurant boasts inky black interiors by Elenberg Fraser inspired by the Yarra River flood plain.
Hames Sharley and Silver Thomas Hanley make sense of a complex brief without compromising aesthetics in this hospital.
Taste, touch, sight and sound create a lasting impression at the Ludlow Formation by Maddison Architects.
Using contrasting light, colour and materials, Brizzi and Riefenstahl Studio created a “palace of secrets.”
A striking glass shopfront and an undulating timber ceiling create warmth and life at Pony.
With recycled timber, paste-up graphics and urban texture, this Grill’d restaurant is certainly “not your usual burger joint.”
SJB designed the interior to suit the local beach culture with references to its namesake – an iconic rock ’n’ roll venue.
A functional, inviting venue, complete with highly considered spatial planning and details cherrypicked from history.