Mosman residence (2006): A clear expression of old and new.

Profile: Melocco & Moore

1 Dec 2010, John de Manincor

The suite of residential projects by Melocco and Moore demonstrates clean planning and clever solutions.

Zixag’s city series iPad traveller is available in reed, olive green or earl grey (shown here).

Profile: Michael Young & China

1 Dec 2010, Penny Craswell

Michael Young discusses the benefits of living in Hong Kong, the gateway to China.

Kate stokes in her studio in melbourne.

Kate Stokes

1 Dec 2010

What makes a design studio tick? We ask Melbourne-based product designer Kate Stokes, also known as Coco Flip.

The Nerang Bridge on the R.G. Menzies Walk in Commonwealth Park, Canberra.

Practice Profile: Oxigen

1 Nov 2010, Matt Davis

Consistency is representative of an iterative and evolutionary approach between and across projects.

The Solids product range by Daniel Emma.

Studio: Daniel Emma’s Basics collection

1 Oct 2010, Tobias Horrocks

A collection of products designed by Daniel To and Emma Aiston created from subtle, simple shapes.

Kelso House 2005. The rear of the house is articulated by a series of white, punctuated fins.

Profile: Architects EAT

1 Oct 2010, Marcus Baumgart

Albert Mo, Eid K. Goh and James Coombe have an expanding folio of individualized homes.

Caravaggio pendant light for Light Years.

Profile: Cecilie Manz

1 Sep 2010, Penny Craswell

Danish furniture designer Cecilie Manz has a gift for reducing furniture to one simple idea, illustrating a less-is-more approach.

David walley in the yellow diva studio and showroom in melbourne.

Profile: David Walley

1 Sep 2010, Esther Anatolitis

Yellow Diva designer David Walley’s approach to product design is inspired by the narrative of human movement.

The Camp lounge and stools are derived from the idea of primitive luxury.

Owen & Vokes

1 Jun 2010, Margie Fraser

Brisbane architecture practice Owen and Vokes deftly applies its inimitable aesthetic to a neat furniture collection for Small Australian Projects.

Smash-Repair, a table built from tiles, has been smashed and repaired nine times.

Guy Keulemans

1 Jun 2010, Ingeborg van Lieshout

Educated in Australia and the Netherlands, and working in Germany, this designer invites the world into his creative process.

Exploded view, Lucy and Bart, 2007.

Lucy McRae

1 Jun 2010, Ingeborg van Lieshout

Dance, performance and industrial design influence this artist’s unique body architecture.

Athens has the least green space per resident of any European capital. Point Supreme's 2007 study, titled Heaven, explores ways of remedying this.

Point Supreme

1 Jun 2010, Esther Anatolitis

A small architecture practice creating interventions amongst the history and chaos of Athens.