Add more products
Consisting of three contemporary residences, each with distinct character, Edition Toorak presents all the amenity potential owners would expect in a standalone home in a suburban neighbourhood.
The owners of the recently completed Walan apartment unit wanted to add their personal touch to the interiors as they felt the existing layout was too corporate and open plan, and not the right fit for them.
When I first moved to New Zealand – even after living in some of the highest-priced US property markets – I was taken aback by house prices. My shock was reinforced by the condition of the houses, many of which lack sufficient insulation, adequate heating or cooling, or double-glazed windows.
For the first time in its 20-year history, the Emporis Skyscraper Award has been awarded to an Australian structure.
Modular building company Fleetwood Limited has announced the securing of a building contract for the 1000-bed Centre for National Resilience in Melbourne.
Sydney Tower, the flagship of the Sydney skyline, celebrated its 40th birthday last Saturday.
Christian Hampson is a proud Woiwurrung and Maneroo man and with an extensive background in Indigenous Cultural Heritage management, with over 20 years of experience leading the design and delivery of heritage programs in the public sector. He talks here about design, decolonialisation, traditional notions of buildings and how in Indigenous ideas can help make our built environment more sustainable.
Matt Appino of MSA Prestige Woodcraft is passionate about the hands-on making and crafting of furniture, joinery and panelling from timber veneers.
The new Australian Catholic Cemeteries HQ at Olympic Park, Sydney features various furniture and furnishings from Maxton Fox.
Maxton Fox was engaged to supply custom joinery for a multi-million-dollar luxury apartment development in Milsons Point, NSW.
The new Speeder – the world’s first flying motorcycle with vertical take off and landing (VTOL) capabilities – is designed for personal transport and promises to offer the same experience of riding a motorcycle but in the sky.
As the kitchen is the core and communal hub of the home, applying colour psychology to this area can set the tone for the rest of your spaces.