In Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley, small architecture practice Twohill and James has created a strong identity for this medical practice, defined by colour, artwork and custom joinery.
Make-up entrepreneur Napoleon Perdis commissioned Studiobird to design an interior for his new South Yarra concept store that includes cosmetics, a foray into lifestyle retailing and a make-up academy.
Inspired by the site’s art deco heritage, SJB Interiors has refitted this Melbourne bistro and dining room to give it French character in keeping with the menu on offer.
Young design practice Larritt-Evans has capitalized on the concrete materiality of an existing tenancy in Melbourne, crafting an impressive new face for property developer Wolfdene.
Chenchow Little Architects’ fitout for this real estate agency in Hunters Hill, Sydney departs from suburban conventions to differentiate its brand and culture.
As part of the redevelopment of Adelaide Casino, new brasserie Sean’s Kitchen by Alexander & Co brings a bit of Manhattan to South Australia.
Breathe Architecture turns a vacant electrical transformer factory in Melbourne into a modern vegetarian restaurant and bar.
Architect Mathew van Kooy adds bold colour to create this Vietnamese restaurant in Melbourne’s Collingwood.
Set in World Heritage wilderness in Tasmania, this former hydro-electric pump station is now known as Pumphouse Point, a boutique hotel designed by Cumulus Studio.
MA Architects and Maria Danos create a sophisticated apartment interior that holds its own against the strong architectural presence of a well known Seidler building.
Newly minted design studio We Are Huntly has played on the traditional 1950s grocer to make Prahran Grocer in Melbourne a truly pleasant place to do the shopping.
Drawing from the story of convict-turned-brewer James Squire, Collins and Turner in collaboration with Baber Studio and D’Occhio created a “seductive piece of urban design” in the form of a brewhouse in South Brisbane.
Hecker Guthrie employs a domestic sensibility to bring warmth and informality to the cellar door experience.
Techné Architecture and Interior Design and Sand Hill Road breathe new life into a much-loved Melbourne pub.
Unapologetic and not too serious: Frank Restaurant and Bar, designed by Georgina Freeman Design, is the new kid in Hobart.
At The University of Sydney’s Camperdown/Darlington Campus, this education and research facility by FJMT and Building Studio is a “poetic” spatial experience.
Stephen Cameron Architecture has designed an optical store that resembles a cabinet of curiosities.
Mim Design take inspiration from the spring blooms of Flemington to create a temporary marquee at the Melbourne Cup Carnival.
In northern Sydney, SJB Interiors has created a new working environment for this storage company – a series of spaces that reflects the communal and relaxed ethos of the family-owned business.
Designed by Bates Smart, this new Melbourne workplace for creative agency CHE Proximity is textured and personable, encouraging staff to interact and share ideas.
Carr Design Group re-design both the architecture and the interiors of Australia Post’s Sydney HQ, totally transforming it.
Emporium Melbourne is in some ways a model of classic retail planning, but in other ways it turns this model on its head.
Arranged as a sequence of chapters, this exciting yet homey high school library that encourages students to settle in with a good book.
Designed by Architectus, this lecture theatre at the University of Melbourne has the exquisite quality of natural light.
DesignInc’s refurbishment of La Trobe University’s chancellery features a dramatic boardroom beneath the building’s original dome.
A childcare centre that is all about learning through play – a philosophy that not only applies to the youngsters but also informed the design process.
Woods Bagot use evocative and angular spaces to provoke creativity within the student hub at Macquarie University.
Dubbed ‘The Bunker,’ this shared workplace gives new purpose to a building “only an architect could love.”
Designed by Fiona Lynch, Melbourne restaurant Prix Fixe merges metallics, marble and concrete to create an interior with a sense of theatre.
Blonde Venus in Brisbane, designed by Richards & Spence, is stamped with the fashion-forward personality of its owner.