After a boatload of challenges, walls of glass welcome in a treehouse vibe to a relaxing crash pad wreathed in bush.
Following an illuminating edit and revision, the storied space housing Australia’s oldest and largest literary agency, Curtis Brown, now reads even brighter.
Rejoicing in thickly wooded hills and sapphire waters this uplifting home treads lightly on its ‘living platform’.
Serene Holiday Home
Based on Sydney’s Northern Beaches and a world away from the city, this serene holiday home provides a welcome getaway for a young family.
Meeting Of The Minds
When design-led property developers Orchard Piper enlisted a dream team of Australian talent, the collaboration produced masterful results.
A home in an iconic setting gets the ultrasophisticated look it deserves thanks to the visionary eyes of an accomplished designer.
A collection of Australian artworks and a view of Sydney Harbour framed by eucalypts and a jacaranda set the tone for an interiors scheme by Arent&Pyke that confidently exudes antipodean style.
A challenging site in a dream destination where sky meets surf rides a life-enhancing wave into a brand-new way of being.
The welfare of mature trees shaped the enhancement of a prize-winning architect’s beautifully evolving family home.
Pascal Buisson Modular Manner
Finding the perfect fit is this man’s business.
A contemporary tower and dramatic extension have brought a thrilling new dimension to a gracious historic terrace in Sydney’s eastern suburbs.
A glamorous renovation by Brendan Wong has ”restored the soul of this apartment in a P&O-style building on Sydney Harbour dreamed up by a 1930s radio producer.
Set in an urban enclave with a village feel, Shareen Joel’s terrace studio embodies the elegant yet cosy interiors for which the designer is noted.
On one face, this is a gracious, shady garden that ushers visitors to the front door while on the cliff side a tougher side emerges with coastal plantings that can weather oceanic tempests.
The classical proportions of this chateau-style home in Melbourne have been offset with the chiselled, brute strength of stone to create a sense of warm minimalism.
Influences from bygone eras and forgotten trades form lasting connections in this early 1900s home, deftly unified via a sophisticated monochrome palette.
TRUE TO FORM
This new home’s innate sense of gravitas and material sincerity stems from the local architecture and the family who live here.
A Brutalist table and an art collection that covers the spectrum add surprise to these stylish interiors.
Once the domain of pigeons, this Victorian-era terrace has been revived with an infusion of light and space and furnished with an enviable flock of modernist classics.
Business As Usual
Noteworthy desk ensembles, power blazers, and an uber-chic bar cart, here’s everything for office go-getters to tick off those KPIs.
The chemistry between the introspective hallways and the extraverted visual gestures throughout this grand residence is undeniable.
A reverence for natural materials and an open dialogue with the outdoors ties this neoteric home to the landscape.
This Sydney beachfront home possesses a purity and coherence that harks back to simpler times and speaks of carefree, sun-splashed days.
Weathered pieces, industrial objects and textured neutrals mix to relate a compelling west-side story.
For this Sydney family, one house has answered all their desires for nearly three decades, thanks to the clever design skills of Thomas Hamel.
Design is a “holistic exercise” to leading Sydney architect Madeleine Blanchfield, whose latest triumph is Tree House, her own imaginatively oriented home.
Elegant cottage blooms, buxus balls and mature trees flourish behind a manicured hedge on this Lower Manhattan rooftop.
The five fabulous venues shortlisted for Best Hospitality Interior speak to the possibility for engaging and original design to elevate the experience of being on the town.
Fiona Lynch Art Work
The Melbourne-based designer hosts thought-provoking installations in the space that neighbours her studio.
Greg Natale rolled out the red carpet for his home’s glamorous redesign, with striking works of art and emblems of the disco era – from YSL’s ‘Opium’ to Halston – reflected in its enigmatic mirrored walls.