Emma-Kate Wilson

Emma-Kate Wilson is a freelance writer based in Sydney, Australia. Her writing examines current trends in sustainably-minded global interior design and architecture; as well as the broader cultural impact of socially-engaging art and design.


  • Behind the Lens | Photographer Rory Gardiner

    Rory Gardiner has established a name in the global design community, working with some of the world’s most renowned architects.

  • Art at Home | Geometric Exploration

    An art concept that often guides interiors, we reflect on the colourful world of Geometric Exploration in this Art at Home feature.

  • Federal House by Edition Office

    Federal House by Edition Office on Bundjalung Country is a sensitive architectural response to the rural landscape.

  • Art at Home | The Human Body

    For our third Art at Home feature, we reflect on the emotive topic of the human body – a subject long depicted in traditional art.

  • Art at Home | Whimsical Landscapes

    In our second round-up for the Art at Home series, we look at seven artists who explore a modern interpretation of the landscape.

  • Art at Home | Photography and the Environment

    In the first feature of our Art at Home series, we explore environmental art photography through the lens of eight pre-eminent photographers.

  • Brunswick House by Adam Kane Architects

    Find calm in the Brunswick House by Adam Kane Architects; a redesigned Californian bungalow with a contemporary addition.

  • Park House by Georgina Jeffries

    Set in lush gardens with a generous verandah, Park House by Georgina Jeffries invites playful features against heritage aspects.

  • Killara House by Hugh-Jones Mackintosh

    Sydney-based designers Hugh-Jones Mackintosh transform the Killara House into a modern home with classic details and timeless pieces.

  • Wahroonga House by Tom Mark Henry

    First built in 1959, Wahroonga House by Tom Mark Henry is a quintessential Australian mid-century modern home with a contemporary renovation.

  • Lindfield by Polly Harbison Design and Arent&Pyke

    Polly Harbison and Arent&Pyke transformed a Sydney Federation-style brick home into a contemporary garden retreat.

  • Potts Point by Flack Studio

    A Potts Point Project by Flack Studio, located in Sydney, presents a series of reveals throughout the 1930’s home.

  • Best of est 2020 | Inside the Homes of Architects and Designers

    Join us in looking back at the best of est 2020: Inside the Homes of Architects and Designers — from Australia to California.

  • Apartment O by Joanna Lavén

    A specialist in elegant design and renovation, Swedish interior designer Joanna Lavén presents a refined apartment redesign for a family in Stockholm.

  • Castlecrag by Polly Harbison Design

    Polly Harbison Design bring the magic of a secret garden home to Sydney’s Castlecrag, with hints of inspiration from Portuguese villas.

  • Pacific View Point by Luigi Rosselli Architects and Alwill Interiors

    A young family returning to Australia from a bustling Asian city call on Luigi Rosselli Architects and Alwill Interiors to design their Bronte home.

  • Herne Bay Hideaway by Lloyd Hartley Architects

    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.

  • Bay House by Milieu Creative

    Milieu Creative offers a contemporary update for Bay House, an ocean-side home in Coogee with sweeping vistas of Gordons Bay cove.