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Sarah Waller’s Glass House

Nestled in the scenic Noosa Valley,  Sarah Waller’s Glass House features the clean lines and minimalist details of a mid-century modernist home, such as a near flat roof and long expanses of full-height glazing, which help to create a wonderful sense of transparency. The monochromatic palette of the finishes includes black timber joinery and Arctic


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Habitat terrazzo trivet by Sly

When Melbourne-based designer Lauren Finks launched her Sly brand in 2013, her focus was on screen-printed fabrics. Now she’s expanded her collection to include a range of elegant homewares, including the Habitat terrazzo trivet set made from luxurious Fibonacci Stone. Sly embodies Lauren’s belief that the simple pleasures in life can inspire beautiful product designs.


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The Sweet Factory House by Folk Architects

A former sweet factory in the inner-city Melbourne suburb of Collingwood has been transformed by Folk Architects and our terrazzo tiles are a standout feature in both the kitchen and bathroom. Collingwood and neighbouring Fitzroy have a rich history in chocolate making. MacPherson Robertson, inventor of Freddo Frog, had its factory located in neighbourhood before


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Pettersen & Hein invite you HOME

A home has many functions – a physical shelter, a place of personal expression and a refuge from daily life outside. But what if a home’s function could be stripped away and its contents – such as chairs, tables and lights – became works of art rather than objects with a practical purpose? This question


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Calibre Chadstone by David Hicks

Eminent Australian interior designer David Hicks has teamed up with leading men’s fashion brand Calibre to create the bold interior of its new Chadstone store. David Hicks, whose studio is Australia’s premier destination for luxury-oriented interior and building design. Hicks established his award-winning studio in 2001 and is celebrated for his streamlined, elegant designs. The



Brian Thoreen – Unsettled exhibition

Los Angeles based designer Brian Thoreen knows how to get the balance just right. His first solo exhibitions, ‘Unsettled’, features furniture designs that are completely free of fastener and rely solely on the weight, balance and integrity of each component. Thoreen started his career as a carpenter with LA-based architecture practice Marmol Radziner before experimenting


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Alberto Bellamoli’s Collecta series

Italian industrial designer Alberto Bellamoli has fond memories of playing on the terrazzo floor of his grandparent’s house as a child. Now that he’s all grown up, he’s playing with this beautiful material in a whole new way. Bellamoli grew up in a small village in the north of Italy where terrazzo has been produced


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Aratani Fay

Detroit has been experiencing a design renaissance in recent years. The city that gave us General Motors and the Motown sound is now home to a rapidly growing design population, including the collaborative design studio Aratani Fay. Formed by designer/makers Ayako Aratani and Evan Fay, the studio is known for its experimentation with expressive and


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Studio Tate

Studio Tate is a big-picture interior architecture practice. Their focus on interior details is matched by their strong grasp of everything outside a front door – from the exterior architecture to the landscape design. This always results in beautifully cohesive designs that capture our imagination. This Melbourne-based practice is made up of a team with


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Scroll Ice Cream by Studio Twocan & One Design Office

If Scroll Ice Cream’s sweet icy treats weren’t tempting enough, its new flagship store looks good enough to eat. Its pigmented concrete bar is inspired by the layers of flavours and fruits that go into a serve of Scroll ice cream. Who would have thought a solid material like concrete could look so soft and