Investing in fast-growing evergreens, clipped species and symmetrical planting paid o for garden designer Annie Wilkes and the owners of this lush Sydney property
A new breed of wellness spaces are a far cry from the dank, dark gyms and impersonal health facilities we were once forced to frequent.
Creative agency Raft chose a heritage location for their Melbourne studio and created a bespoke workspace that, like their work, is bold, adventurous and anything but bland.
Take The Floor
As co-founder of ethical rug label Armadillo & Co, Jodie Fried takes a socially conscious approach to life.
A Touch Of Zen
A harmonious fusion of Japanese, contemporary and Victorian influences instils a sense of effortless calm within this home.
A new safari lodge set in a South African game reserve brings the outdoors into view in a rip-roaring way.
Greg Natale applies his signature rich layering and use of bold patterns to muster an authentic US southwest ambience.
Design partnership Collins and Turner is known for their standout structures which are cleverly moulded into their surrounds.
The late afternoon sun bathes the native blooms of this Mornington Peninsula garden in gold, creating an oasis for quiet reflection.
Expansive windows wrap around this Red Hill home and open up the serene scene outdoors.
Lighting The Way
Five luminaries of illumination are taking their creations in an experiential and intelligent new direction.
In the parallel universe created by New York’s Apparatus, lights, furniture and objects manifest as ancient totems blazing into space-age form.
A Capital Adventure
When Enrico Taglietti arrived in 50s Canberra, the “invisible city” was a blank canvas ripe for the sweeping hand of this modernist visionary.
Making the user feel good is at the heart of projects designed by Kathryn Robson and Chris Rak, whose own Melbourne home is an exercise in restraint and pure good taste.
In Her Element
A winning formula of science and art is the catalyst for a design aesthetic that’s pure chemistry.
Living in a residentialcum-retail hub is the perfect spot for interior designer Chelsea Hing to combine work and pleasure.
Stunning views of a tropical paradise dictated the placement of this home, open on both sides to the elements.
This 1920s hotel has serious cultural cred, from its enviable art collection to its glamorous refurbishment by design royalty.
A brilliant Japanese chef is introducing the delights of an ancient culinary art form with a contemporary flourish to Melbourne diners.
A drawcard for the bronzed, beautiful and barefoot, the tropical island of Bali has many attractions. Here, we profile three of the hottest locations.
A strong sense of empathy drives Nick Tobias to seek inventive solutions for his clients’ projects.
Sydney practice Blainey North showcases its architecture, interiors and furniture in a glamorous warehouse office.
Functionality and emotional engagement balance the work of architects Kennedy Nolan.
Saved from the bulldozer, a pair of ordinary rural buildings take new form as skilled hands work wonders.
The walls can speak in this French nature artist’s home, whispering tales of ephemeral beauty from the garden exquisitely captured in paint.
French designer Jean-Louis Deniot put on his best British accent for the contemporary revamp of this elegant Belgravia home.
A freeform design based on a less-is-more aesthetic brings style and personality to a pocket-sized suburban garden.
Once the scene of a bitter civil war, Beirut is back on the map as a tourist destination, offering fine architecture, design, fashion and food.
Melbourne’s United Places is a new concept in accommodation where conventional hotel norms are eschewed in favour of a more personalised approach.
On The Brink
While blues of sea and sky draw all eyes, an edgy swathe of lawn and sandstone grounds the view.