Not really working out, more like stretching out on a Saturday. Warrior One, a yoga studio designed by Melbourne-based interior design studio is “a physical manifestation of sophisticated, contemporary coastal culture, reflective of a space designed for transcendent experiences.”
Photography by Sharyn Cairn.
I’ll confess. I may have green thumbs when it comes to gardening but my veggie bed is a spectacular failure. Might have something to do with preparing the beds, weeding and all the hard work you have to put in. I like a jungle of a garden that looks after itself. Now I have the perfect solution for my failed veggie patch. A Malvern East garden by Melbourne-based landscape designer .
“What had been an expansive vegetable plot at the rear of this family home was to be transformed. There was a need for foliage cover, for another outdoor living zone for teenagers and young adults to congregate, for a more attractive outlook from living spaces … central to the redesign was a generous open graveled void defined by two L shaped concrete benches.”
A contemporary addition to a grand Victorian house is a moody, sleek and sophisticated cave. But before you think heavy and dark walls of glass draw your eyes to lush garden courtyard spaces while allowing light in. Malvern House by Melbourne-based architectural studio .
Photography by Eve Wilson.
It’s minimum fuss and maximum fun in this stylish apartment in Paris’ 19th arrondissement. The renovation is a collaboration between Melbourne-based interior architecture practice and . Trés chic n’est ce pas?
Photography by Paul Barbera.