Tasked with overhauling an iconic 1929 pub in Sydney, Richards Stanisich has combined rich textures and materials with a historical narrative to create an authentic pub experience.
Tonkin Zulaikha Greer has led the deign for the reuse of a historic hat factory for a modern hotel.
For Esther Stam, founder and creative directure of Amsterdam-based interior architecture studio Studio Modijefsky, good hospitality design happens when there is robust collaboration.
German-born, classically trained hotel manager Timo Bures doesn’t believe in hotels as “homes away from home.”
Casino operator Federal Group is rethinking its proposal for a luxury hotel designed by Cumulus Studio in Port Arthur.
Landini Associates’ design of McDonald’s In The Sky at Sydney International Airport combines familiarity with inventiveness to deliver a memorable customer experience.
Preliminary designs by Fender Katsalidis have been revealed for the redevelopment of a part of central Hobart that includes the historic Odeon Theatre as a new “cultural precinct.”
In South Korea’s capital, Melbourne-based Flack Studio has designed a layered, textured restaurant with nods to Australian design.
Baracco and Wright have designed an open-air hospitality venue under a sloping canopy for a carpark site in Melbourne’s Chinatown.
NSW Health has released concept designs for the new Tweed Valley Hospital, to be built on a greenfield site with panoramic views.
In country Victoria, Hecker Guthrie has created a fifty-eight-room hotel on a winery estate with a rich architectural pedigree.
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 Melbourne’s Docklands, DKO Architecture has designed an understated and elegant hotel delivers an experience for guests that feels at one with the real world just outside its doors.
Perth-based Arcadia Design Studio has reimagined a historic former synagogue in Fremantle into a cluster of bars and restaurants.
Twenty-three cafes are shortlisted in the 2018 Eat-Drink-Design Awards.
Five excellent visual identities are shortlisted in the 2018 Eat Drink Design Awards.
Five installations have been shortlisted in the 2018 Eat Drink Design Awards.
The elegant, epicurean pavilion that is home to Mitolo Wines’ cellar door and restaurant by Tectvs is a case study in the relationship between architecture, sensory experience and identity.
Searle x Waldron Architecture, Edwards Moore and Bush Projects have won the competition with a proposal lauded for its “deep and thorough understanding” of the site.
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.