An introduction to the September 2018 issue.
London-based architecture firm Universal Design Studio with Mather Architecture has restored and redeveloped the historic Canberra Centre into a sophisticated urban retail precinct.
In Melbourne’s prestigious suburb of Armadale, Jason M. Jones and Brahman Perera have created a Parisian-inspired wine bar that is about “making a special occasion of every day.”
Designed by Prevalent, the futuristic interior of this restaurant in Newcastle enlivens the 1900s building it inhabits.
Designed by Etic and H and E Architects, the interiors of Barangaroo House in Sydney aim to redefine Australian dining, offering three levels, each with its own personality and appeal.
Located in the former headquarters of Paramount Picture Studios in Surry Hills, Sydney, this hotel designed by Breathe Architecture explores the narrative between place and home.
In country Victoria, Hecker Guthrie has created a fifty-eight-room hotel on a winery estate with a rich architectural pedigree.
Perth’s new Intercontinental hotel, designed by Woods Bagot and Chada, is the second reincarnation of a 1970s office block and proof that the finer things get better with age.
In Sydney, architecture firm Fox Johnston has reimagined a hospital’s 1935 outpatients’ building into an uplifting space for kids to learn and play.
Working within the University of Melbourne’s original 1930s engineering workshop, Designinc has opened up the student spaces to put engineering on display.