Now in its 10th year, the prestigious Belle Coco Republic Interior Design Awards held in November celebrated today’s besttalent – both emerging and established – in interior design and decoration. And in the true spirit of Australia’s flourishing creative industries, 2020’s worthy recipients each took home a trophy by esteemed local stonemason and sculptor Steven John Clark, founder of denHolm.
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DAYS OF HEAVEN
A new build in the Adelaide Hills presents the opportunity to create an interior befitting the home’s glorious surrounds.
CHERRY ON TOP
Set against neutral tones, the final flourish on this newly renovated heritage home in Melbourne is a bright pop of powerfully accented red.
Two in one has a special significance for this home in Sydney’s eastern suburbs. One of a pair by the same practice, it also has both public and private personas.
An elevated platform in the warehouse office of Studio Prineas creates a dedicated zone for staff to congregate and collaborate.
Embraced by its bushy hinterland habitat, a newly built family home radiates an aura of peace and harmony.
An elegant layering of lush patterns, rich colours and bespoke pieces has enveloped this home in warmth and created a welcoming ambience for a large extended family.
This lofty retreat presented fertile potential but also posed some tricky challenges for its enterprising designer.
Contemporary artwork and new openings have lightened the mood at this renovated 1930s family home in Melbourne.
With a look of maturity that belies its youth, an additional wing to a humble cottage, plus inspired makeovers inside and out, have transported this property to another realm.
WHITER SHADE of PALE
A neutral palette promotes a calm and elegant mood in this expansive Sydney home that is furnished with a judicious selection of antiques juxtaposed against contemporary art.
Why We Are Not Responsible Toward the Environment
DR. ICHAK ADIZES is an expert in change management for organizations. Here he shares some of the reasons why companies are not changing their actions in relation to the environment, even though everyone knows we are facing an environmental crisis. He also offers simple solutions that will bring change.
Black-ish Was No Televised Revolution
The show always aimed for the third rail, but it played it safe more often than not.
A Place to Escape
This former Jo'burger loves sharing her Little Karoo haven with all who appreciate its peace and quiet.
Get Your BEST SMILE
FROM TINY TWEAKS to A COMPLETE MAKEOVER, DENTISTS weigh in on WHAT REALLY WORKS
MARKETING CAMPAIGN OF THE YEAR - Land Rover
LAND ROVER HAS BEEN supporting volunteer organizations and nonprofits across the world for almost a century. The company’s Defender Above & Beyond Awards are an extension of those efforts, combining the launch of a new vehicle with a marketing campaign that disrupts the traditional way of advertising a model, earning Land Rover Newsweek’s Auto Disruptors Marketing Campaign of the Year honors.
OUTLANDISH ‘OUTLANDER SWEATSHOP!
Weary cast & crew complain they're dead tired & freezing their butts off making hit show
NAOMI CAMPBELL: MEET MY BABY!
"She's almost talking," Naomi gushed. “I think she might walk before she crawls."
We're With Her: Bella Heathcote
The Australian star of Netflix's highly bingeable Pieces of Her is handling Covid just fine, but would really prefer not to endure your lame Aussie accent.
Keen to try shaping some of your plants into topiaries and patterns? We show you how…
MAN-HUNGRY SALLY, 75, ON THE PROWL!
LONELY Sally Field hasn’t had a steady guy in decades and is now looking for love at the feisty age of 75.