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Artichoke, December 2017

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The monolithic welcome desks and grand staircase in the double-height entry space make a grand first impression.
Projects | Mark Scruby | 18 Jan 2019

Melburnian ambience: Four Points by Sheraton

In Melbourne’s Docklands, DKO Architecture has designed an understated and elegant hotel delivers an experience for guests that feels at one with the real world just outside its doors.

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Artichoke issue 61.
Archive | Cassie Hansen | 15 Nov 2017

Artichoke 61 preview

An introduction to the December 2017 issue

The fitout’s vibrant colours were inspired by the clients’ Chinese heritage.
Product | 4 Jan 2018

Vibrant Taubmans colours used to create memorable restaurant interior

In Melbourne’s Glen Waverley, Studio Esteta has used rich, vibrant colours to give this cafe and restaurant a memorable and fresh interior.

Campos Barangaroo by Woods Bagot
Award | 14 Nov 2017

2017 Eat Drink Design Awards: Best Retail Design winner

Campos Barangaroo by Woods Bagot.

Morris and Heath by Ritz&Ghougassian
Award | 14 Nov 2017

2017 Eat Drink Design Awards: Best Cafe Design winner

Morris and Heath by Ritz and Ghougassian.

Jackalope Hotel by Fabio Ongarato Design
Award | 14 Nov 2017

2017 Eat Drink Design Awards: Best Identity Design winner

Jackalope Hotel by Fabio Ongarato Design.

Viet Next Door by Genesin Studio
Award | 14 Nov 2017

2017 Eat Drink Design Awards: Best Restaurant Design winner

Viet Next Door by Genesin Studio.

The Dolphin Hotel by George Livissianis
Award | 14 Nov 2017

2017 Eat Drink Design Awards: Best Bar Design winner

The Dolphin Hotel by George Livissianis.

Noma Australia by Foolscap Studio
Award | 14 Nov 2017

2017 Eat Drink Design Awards: Best Installation Design winner

Noma Australia by Foolscap Studio

Kisume (Melbourne, Victoria) — Fabio Ongarato Design
Award | 14 Nov 2017

2017 Eat Drink Design Awards: Best Identity Design – High Commendations

Highly commended identity designs at the 2017 Eat Drink Design Awards.

Pizza Da Mario Mobile Pop Up (Rosebery, New South Wales) — Victoria Hampshire Design
Award | 14 Nov 2017

2017 Eat Drink Design Awards: Best Installation Design – High Commendations

Highly commended installations at the 2017 Eat Drink Design Awards.

The Buena (Mosman, New South Wales) — Designer: SJB + TRD
Award | 14 Nov 2017

2017 Eat Drink Design Awards: Best Bar Design – High Commendations

Highly commended bars at the 2017 Eat Drink Design Awards.

Workshop Brothers, Glen Waverley ( Glen Waverley, Victoria) — Studio Esteta
Award | 14 Nov 2017

2017 Eat Drink Design Awards: Best Cafe Design – High Commendations

Highly commended cafes at the 2017 Eat Drink Design Awards.

Handpicked Wines Cellar Door (Chippendale, New South Wales) — DesignOffice
Award | 14 Nov 2017

2017 Eat Drink Design Awards: Best Retail Design – High Commendations

Highly commended retail projects at the 2017 Eat Drink Design Awards.

Fratelli Paradiso by Mike Murphy with later additions by Mike Hanna and Don Cameron
Award | 14 Nov 2017

2017 Eat Drink Design Awards: Hall of Fame

Fratelli Paradiso by Mike Murphy with later additions by Mike Hanna and Don Cameron

Artichoke Night School session twenty-four speakers (from left) Ronnen Goren, Tracey Wiles, Michael Drescher and Ben Kluger.
Review | Hannah Wolter | 1 Feb 2018

Artichoke Night School No. 24: The value of hotel design

Four designers discussed the value of hotel design at the recent Artichoke Night School session in Melbourne.

The designers of Nubo took a minimalist approach, leaving just enough furniture and equipment for kids to invent their own games.
Projects | Rebecca Gross | 16 Jan 2019

Pure play: Nubo

PAL Design Group has created a new play environment in Sydney for children to make, create, build and explore as they exercise their imagination.

Theatrical curtains allow the house to be switched from work mode to home mode, adding a sense of the domestic to the workplace but also a sense of drama to the home.
Projects | Deborah Rowe | 2 Mar 2018

Playfully accessible: Frenches Interior

Sibling Architecture strikes a good balance between function and delight in this accessible home office in inner-city Melbourne.