An introduction to the March 2015 issue.
Hecker Guthrie employs a domestic sensibility to bring warmth and informality to the cellar door experience.
Unapologetic and not too serious: Frank Restaurant and Bar, designed by Georgina Freeman Design, is the new kid in Hobart.
Drawing from the story of convict-turned-brewer James Squire, Collins and Turner in collaboration with Baber Studio and D’Occhio created a “seductive piece of urban design” in the form of a brewhouse in South Brisbane.
At The University of Sydney’s Camperdown/Darlington Campus, this education and research facility by FJMT and Building Studio is a “poetic” spatial experience.
Mim Design take inspiration from the spring blooms of Flemington to create a temporary marquee at the Melbourne Cup Carnival.
In northern Sydney, SJB Interiors has created a new working environment for this storage company – a series of spaces that reflects the communal and relaxed ethos of the family-owned business.
Stephen Cameron Architecture has designed an optical store that resembles a cabinet of curiosities.
Australians Matthew Shang and Paul Semple are the directors of Singapore-based design studio Distillery. Here, they talk about what they love and have learnt about Singapore.
Held in Sydney, Artichoke Night School session sixteen saw two award-winning design duos share the secrets of their successful creative partnerships.
Techné Architecture and Interior Design and Sand Hill Road breathe new life into a much-loved Melbourne pub.
Newly minted design studio We Are Huntly has played on the traditional 1950s grocer to make Prahran Grocer in Melbourne a truly pleasant place to do the shopping.