Artichoke, March 2019

Artichoke, March 2019


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


Artichoke issue 66.
Preview | Cassie Hansen | 7 Mar 2019

Artichoke 66 preview

An introduction to the March 2019 issue.


Brass accents, buttery caramel leather banquettes and the use of the Featherston Scape dining chair, an Australian mid-century classic, hint at 1950s Italian spaces.
Projects | Jas Johnston and Cassandra Chin | 29 Apr 2019

Seoul food: Caravan II

In South Korea’s capital, Melbourne-based Flack Studio has designed a layered, textured restaurant with nods to Australian design.

As seen in suite six, galvanized steel, carpet and timber create an unexpected but comforting mixture of materials and textures.
Projects | Cassie Hansen | 15 Jul 2019

Luxury in restraint: Drift House

Melbourne architecture firm Multiplicity has revisited a boutique hotel they designed in the Victorian coastal town of Port Fairy and added a suite of new spaces that redefine what luxury means.


Giving off an opalescent shimmer, hand-cast Japanese glass blocks reference the site’s original use as a glass factory.
Projects | Sing d'Arcy | 27 May 2019

Through the looking glass: 75 Myrtle Street

In Sydney’s Chippendale, Tonkin Zulaikha Greer has transformed a two-storey former glass factory into purpose-built offices that take cues from their early-twentieth-century past.