Stephen Crafti

  • 8 Yard House by Studio Bright

    Studio Bright design a private oasis in Melbourne’s North Fitzroy through eight different, integrated outdoor spaces. 

  • May’s Point House by Tanner Architects

    This idyllic coastal location, May’s Point, appears to be in a remote part of Tasmania. But it’s only a 25-minute drive from Hobart.

  • Palladiana Party by Sally Caroline

    Architects Powell + Glenn and Sally Caroline Interior Atelier bring the best of the past and present inside a Melbourne bayside home.

  • The ICON | Cab Chair

    Part of the permanent collection of New York’s Museum of Modern Art’s (MOMA), we learn the story behind Mario Bellini’s leather Cab Chair.

  • The ICON | Akari Lights

    Isamu Noguchi dominated the world’s design scene for the greatest part of the 20th century, most notably with the iconic Akari Lights.

  • Great Ocean Road House by Rob Mills Architecture & Interiors

    Architect Robert Mills is fortunate to design homes fronting some of Australia’s premier bodies of water, like Victoria’s Great Ocean Road. 

  • Kitchen Closeup | Enter Stephen Crafti’s Unconventional Kitchen

    Design writer Stephen Crafti welcomes us inside his home by Robert Simeoni Architects to share insights on his unconventional kitchen.

  • Sourcing 20th Century Design for Modern Living

    There’s used furniture, and then there’s Design Consigned, some of the world’s most coveted furniture, lighting and design objects. We learn more about founder Mel de Campo and the iconic pieces she finds.

  • Piero Lissoni Takes It Outside As New Artistic Director For B&B Italia

    We speak with Italian architect Piero Lissoni about embarking on his new chapter as B&B Italia artistic director.

  • The ICON | Barcelona Chair

    As part of our ICON series, we’re uncovering the story behind the Barcelona Chair designed by architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Lilly Reich in 1929.

  • Toorak House by Cera Stribley

    We take a tour of the recently completed Myvore House by Melbourne-based studio Cera Stribley Architects and Alice Villella of AVID.

  • Future Classic | Roy Tavolo Table Lamp

    We’re bringing the Roy Tavolo Table Lamp by Mario Nanni to the front in the first instalment of our new Future Classic series.

  • Resilient Architecture

    We’re exploring four Australian architects that are designing resilient homes for the future.

  • The ICON | Coconut Lounge Chair

    There are few chairs, if any, that come close to the Coconut Lounge Chair. Designed by George Nelson in 1955, we’re highlighting the Coconut Chair in the sixth instalment of our ICON series.

  • Exploring the Meaning of Home with Foscarini

    We discover the new meaning of home with Italian lighting brand Foscarini through their ‘Vite (Lives)’ film project.

  • The ICON | CH24 Wishbone Chair

    In the fifth instalment of our ICON series, we’re celebrating 110 years of the CH24 Wishbone Chair designed by Hans J. Wegner for Carl Hansen & Son.

  • The ICON | Snoopy Lamp

    Designed by the Castiglioni brothers, Achille and Pier, the Snoopy Lamp was loosely inspired by the dog Snoopy in the cartoon series ‘Peanuts’ from the 1950s.

  • An Italian Design Story | Arflex

    Arflex was one of the pioneers in high-end Italian furniture, established in 1947. We speak to Australian designers on their love for the brand’s iconic pieces.