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Characterised by timelessness, collaboration and progress, BACHLI Furniture have emerged as a visionary in Australian furniture design.
Founded on material simplicity and a Nordic sensibility, the family-owned House of Orange is leading the way in the accessible Australian design space.
Italian architect Piero Lissoni discusses a new visual direction for B&B Italia and how he is leading a return to ‘the contemporary’.
In this conversation with Giulia Molteni, we discuss the creative direction of the new Molteni&C flagship and the role of family heritage.
"Design is not a profession. It’s a way of living."
Architect Patricia Urquiola
In this conversation with designer Kelly Wearstler, we discuss her approach to "material mixology" in both design and fashion.
We had the pleasure of sitting down with Studio Bright founder Mel Bright to discuss her future-focused and holistic approach to architecture.
We speak with Welsh + Major director Chris Major about how crucial robustness and resilience are as a consideration of context and longevity.
Atelier Alwill founder Romy Alwill shares how she ultimately approaches design with a focus on the future.
Kovac Design Studio founder Michael Kovac shares insights into his design approach and sources of inspiration for his head-turning projects.
We discuss the sustainability of longevity in residential design with Melbourne-based architect Adam Kane.
In this interview with Eastop Architects founder Liam Eastop, we break down his pragmatic yet emotional approach to architecture.
With the co-directors of Breathe Architecture, we discuss sustainable design and how to put the health of the planet and its population first.
We sit down with Belgian designer Benoît Viaene to learn about his unique approach to light and materiality and why, above all, he rejects ego.
est editor Sophie Lewis speaks with architect Piero Lissoni during Milan Design Week and Salone del Mobile 2023.
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Bordering Melbourne's Botanic Gardens, Melbourne Home by Oliver Du Puy Architecture & Interiors harmoniously blends the old and new.
On the Sydney Harbour, Tamsin Johnson has revitalised a well-worn modernist house, infusing it with both comfort and freshness.
In St Kilda East, Melbourne, a mid-century marvel has entered its next chapter as a sculptural family home.
Dutch designer Niels Maier introduces ‘authenticity and soul’ to a 1970s building in Limburg, The Netherlands.
Jolson have designed a home that melds the organic and linear, focusing purely on natural light while connecting with nature.
A home’s transformation underpinned by a holistic approach results in a new incarnation radically different to its previous form.
A heritage terrace in East Melbourne has been transformed by Architects EAT with a reverence for history, landscape and family life.
Framework Studio design an apartment in the heart of Amsterdam filled with custom details, tactile elements and striking moments of colour.
Step inside JUMA Architects founders and directors Mathieu Luyens and Julie Van De Keere's family home in Sint-Martens-Latem, Belgium.
Corner House by Powell & Glenn has a powerful presence, manifesting through a series of north-facing spaces that connect to its surroundings.
Madeleine Blanchfield Architects reimagine a 1907 house in the eastern suburbs of Sydney by introducing a striking red-brick rear pavilion.
Lawless & Meyerson employ dark materials and elegant finishes to craft a family home fit for both everyday living and entertaining.

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