An introduction to the March 2016 issue.
Designed by Brahman Perera with Jason M. Jones, Second Home is an elegant and serene cafe located in an Alistair Knox-designed warehouse in Melbourne’s leafy outer suburbs.
March Studio’s design for souvlaki restaurant Jimmy Grants Richmond is “a psychedelic reinterpretation of the suburban Australian home.”
The Fat Duck’s time in Melbourne may be over but Bates Smart has transformed the space into Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, a permanent restaurant at Crown Melbourne inspired by historic British gastronomy.
Designed by Tonkin Zulaikha Greer, Sydney’s newest boutique hotel revitalizes Chippendale’s Kensington Street precinct while paying homage to the site’s history with beer and brewing.
Renowned sculptor Antony Gormley has created an intriguing new piece of public art for the city of London that is also a very secluded place to lay one’s head.
Taking inspiration from a protected moth, Redgen Mathieson’s design for Little National Hotel is a new concept that brings the idea of affordable luxury to Canberra’s hotel market.
Housed in the iconic Art Deco Paramount House in Sydney’s Surry Hills, this shared office designed by Woods Bagot is both thoughtful and handsome.
Finding inspiration from constraint, Powell and Glenn has taken a modest budget and turned the Melbourne offices of creative agency Clemenger BBDO into a perfect integration of stillness and energy.
Held in Sydney, Artichoke Night School session 19 looked at the value of hotel design.
Renowned Dutch jewellery and industrial designer Gijs Bakker has a career that spans more than fifty years and a body of work with an amorphous design ethic.
The design of brick-and-mortar stores is an ever-changing process. Skincare company Aesop has used branding, sophisticated e-tailing and the in-store experience to build a formidable brand name.