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Melbourne architecture firm Pleysier Perkins and interior design studio Sanders & King welcome us inside their monumental revival of an Armadale mansion.
Winter Architecture walk us through their highly functional rework of a family’s South Yarra townhouse, explored in partnership with Bosch.
We revisit our favourite Brutalist style spaces, each offering a modern interpretation of an industrial-inspired, sculptural, simple and functional aesthetic.
Biasol pay tribute to a Melbourne family’s legacy in the art of stonemasonry through their striking new build, the Scalpellino House.
A young family returning to Australia from a bustling Asian city call on Luigi Rosselli Architects and Alwill Interiors to design their Bronte home.
We’ve collated our seven favourite dining nooks; a clever way to maximise limited dining space or create a cosy spot to gather near the kitchen.
Discover ‘CASA E’; a geometric retreat designed by Marina Senabre tucked into the countryside on the Spanish island of Menorca.
Perched almost seamlessly in the Pohutukawa trees, the Herne Bay Hideaway from Lloyd Hartley Architects pulls the exterior water views in, capturing the soft glimmering light of Cox’s Bay, Auckland.
We interview founder and principal of Tribe Studio Hannah Tribe to learn more about sustainability-soaked design and the influence of art and culture on her practice.
Join us on a virtual trip around the world in our Global Issue. From Silicon Valley to the French countryside, est magazine issue #37 is testament that good design stands the test of time.