Artichoke, March 2017

Artichoke, March 2017


Enjoy Australia’s most respected coverage of interior architecture, design, objects, people and products.


Artichoke 58 preview
Archive | Cassie Hansen | 1 Mar 2017

Artichoke 58 preview

An introduction to the March 2017 issue.

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The cellar door is a shallowly vaulted linear space with a flexible plan, allowing it to serve as a wine- and produce-tasting retail space, a long banquet room and everything in between.
Projects | Marcus Baumgart | 14 Feb 2018

Spatial negative: Tarrawarra Estate Cellar Door

At Tarrawarra Estate in the Yarra Valley, Kerstin Thompson Architects uses a “spatial negative” as a delicate counterpoint to the two architectural structures this cellar door sits between – one by Graeme Gunn, the other by Allan Powell.

Higher Ground is characterized by a series of smaller platforms that wrap around the space, taking the visitor on a journey through six different levels.
Projects | Mark Scruby | 9 Jun 2017

Intimate volume: Higher Ground

DesignOffice has teamed up with the owners of famed Melbourne cafes Top Paddock and The Kettle Black to turn a cavernous former power station into a refined and welcoming all-day dining venue in the CBD.

Artichoke Night School session twenty-two speakers (from left) Christie Petsinis, Kim Verbrugghe, Tim Wilson and Chris Bosse.
Discussion | Rebecca Gross | 20 Mar 2017

Artichoke Night School No. 22: Designing for the experience economy

Four creatives discussed how experience-based environments are influencing architecture, branding and place at an Artichoke Night School session in Sydney.

Mandeville Centre’s thoughtful scheme comprises robust materials and light-filled spaces.
Product | 30 Apr 2017

Top of the class: Intergrain

Intergrain products have elevated the inherent qualities of plywood and Tasmanian oak, which were used in this project by Architectus.

Project by Mitchell McGrath of AUT University
Award | 31 Mar 2017

2016 Artichoke Magazine Prize

The Artichoke Magazine Prize awards interior design/interior architecture students for design communication.

The welcome pavilion sets the tone for the rest of the resort.
Projects | Cameron Bruhn | 29 Jun 2017

Authenticity and luxury: Amanemu

Continuing its thoughtful search for design authenticity, Kerry Hill Architects has created a destination resort in Japan that stays true to local traditions and steps up to the expectations of the luxury-minded traveller.

The design of the Brae guest suites delicately balances “contemporary cool” and local traditions.
Projects | Tobias Horrocks | 23 Feb 2018

Idiosyncratic luxury: Brae Guest Houses

In country Victoria, Six Degrees Architects has created six guest suites that reflect Brae restaurant’s passion for local character and flavour.