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SJB Sydney Studio
One of the questions I’ve asked myself often is “Why do architects wear black?”. Cordula Rau’s amusing book of the same title (Springer Verlag, 2008) asked architects to reflect on this very question with a variety of candid responses ranging from th
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In Brief
Sitting on the fourth floor of the National Museum of Qatar, Jiwan by Sydney’s Koichi Takada Architects is an immersive restaurant designed to take guests on a sensory journey through Qatar’s heritage and unique landscape. Every element of the restau
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Aman Kyoto
Aman Kyoto sits within 3.2 hectares of secluded forest, softly illuminated by sunlight through overhead foliage and low-lying mist, silent except for birdsong, mountain streams and the occasional frog croak echoing in the stone wells and culverts. An
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Welcome
The relationship between client and designer can make or break a project. A successful working partnership is founded on trust, communication and respect – and it is these characteristics that often lead to the best work. As designers, it is your res
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Artichoke
Editor — Cassie Hansen MDIA Editorial enquiries — Cassie Hansen +61 3 8699 1000 artichoke@archmedia.com.au Editorial director — Katelin Butler MDIA Editorial team — Nicci Dodanwela, Josh Harris, Stephanie McGann Production — Simone Wall Design —
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Contributors
Marcus Baumgart is a designer and writer, and a founding director of Baumgart Clark Architects with long-time collaborator John A. Clark. You can read about their adventures at www.help.design. Prior (page 44) Peter Bennetts is a Melbourne-based
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The Edit
Ross Gardam’s Ceto lighting collection is evocative of ripples on the surface of the ocean. The unique rippled glass of the sculptural luminaires was developed through experimentation with traditional optic glassblowing techniques. The ripples are on
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The Link at Chadstone
When Chadstone Shopping Centre was envisaged as a groundbreaking suburban retail hub 60 years ago, its site in Melbourne’s south-eastern suburbs was still a paddock, accessible only by cars. Today, Vicinity Centres, the owner of the huge retail compl
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Darling Exchange Market Hall
Darling Square is the most recent piece in the New South Wales state government’s $4 billion-dollar redevelopment of Darling Harbour. Located on the edge of Chinatown on the southern side of the harbour, the centrepiece of the project is the Darling
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Lee Mathews James Street
Long a welcome convenience, online shopping became something of a necessity in 2020 – the year that “social distancing” was etched into our everyday lexicon. For a great portion of this year, and more than ever, we have double-clicked our way through
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The Edit
B and B Italia has reissued a 1970 classic, the Camaleonda modular sofa by Mario Bellini. Conceived as an architectural element, Camaleonda transforms the landscape of an interior space, its chameleon-like nature allowing it to change and transform t
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Prior
Prior is different to other venues along High Street in Thornbury, Melbourne, and this is intentional. Melbourne studio Ritz and Ghougassian has made some foundational moves here and followed through with a consistency and attention to detail that is
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Leigh Street Wine Room
Funny things have been happening to our temporal perspectives in the COVID-19 pandemic. There’s a kind of limbo, a stasis, where we ostensibly have time to “waste” yet we feel more urgently the preciousness of our limited time on earth. Other odd thi
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In Brief
Housed in one of Perth’s original nineteenth century horse stables, The Stables Bar on Hay Street has become a popular venue since its opening in 2013. Local practice State of Kin was commissioned to design the venue’s next evolution: a smaller, more
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Dowel Jones
Creating a strong design duo can be as hard as it is powerful, and doing that long-distance takes the challenge to the next level. But design duo Dale Hardiman and Adam Lynch, co-founders of Dowel Jones, make it look effortless with their combined pa
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Norton Rose Fulbright, Sydney
Through a lengthy briefing process, Norton Rose Fulbright (NRF) and Carr – who have worked together for more than sixteen years – developed a concept for a warm and inviting environment for a new era of work, taking a more relaxed design approach whi
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The Edit
Italian furniture brand Cassina has unveiled its first outdoor collection, featuring three contemporary collections designed by Patricia Urquiola, Rodolfo Dordoni and Philippe Starck alongside two classic designs by Charlotte Perriand re-imagined for
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Fowler and Ward
Emerging Interior Design Practice Connecting over identical fashion choices on the nervous first day of architecture school in 2004, the two founders of Fowler and Ward have developed a young architecture practice founded on a sixteen-year friendship
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A Collection Inspired By Liquid
Cosentino presents the Liquid Collection by Patternity for Dekton, the state-of-the-art, ultra-compact large format surface. Designed by London-based pattern experts and designers Patternity, in collaboration with Cosentino’s design team, the 2020 co
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Best of State
New South Wales — Residential New South Wales — Commercial Tasmania — Commercial Victoria — Commercial Victoria — Residential South Australia — Commercial South Australia — Residential Australian Capital Territory — Commercial Queensl
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Nicolette Johnson
Entering ceramicist Nicolette Johnson’s humble home studio in Brisbane, one is immediately filled with a sense of serenity and reminded of the importance of slowness and time. Inherent to ceramics generally, time exudes from Johnson’s vessels and the
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Shortlist
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2020 Australian Interior Design Awards
For more and to see the full gallery of shortlisted projects, visit — australianinteriordesignawards.com The Australian Interior Design Awards committee thanks the corporate supporters
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2020 Jury
The results of this year’s Australian Interior Design Awards came around like a breath of fresh air, with the very best projects possessing a strong sense of place, connection and innovation. Like every year before it, the standard is high and the di
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Di Stasio Citta
Premier Award for Australian Interior Design Hospitality Design Hassell Restaurant, art gallery, institution – a unique crossing of Australia and Italy that is unlike anything else yet still represents the character of Di Stasio. Working in an existi
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StudioFive
Interior Design Impact PTID StudioFive is a teaching, research and engagement centre, based in the Melbourne Graduate School of Education (MGSE), repurposed from an existing office building. From its early inceptions, the project took as its underpin
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Gillies Hall
Sustainability Advancement Jackson Clements Burrows Architects Gillies Hall has set a new benchmark in the industry for low-carbon construction and sustainable building design. Through its sustainable initiatives, it puts the health and wellbeing of
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Hotel Rose Bay
Hospitality Design Richards Stanisich Hotel Rose Bay was built in 1929, becoming an iconic pub in Sydney’s eastern suburbs. The client’s family have owned the hotel for generations and employed Richards Stanisich to undertake an overhaul to the venue
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Warwick Creative Studio
Workplace Design Melanie Beynon Architecture and Design The design team drew on Warwick’s expertise to create a timeless, sleek and sophisticated space that meets the client’s needs now and into the future. The symmetrical white interior provides the
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Script Skincare
Retail Design Hecker Guthrie Script is born from a place of discovery. Toying with ideas of encounter and science, Script Skincare’s unique interior is defined by a futuristic, yet human-centred design approach. The interior experience is multifacet
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