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  • Nine to Know | Leather Bar Stools

    Introduce supple texture and craftsmanship to the kitchen counter with our nine favourite leather bar stools.

  • Budapest Cafe by Biasol

    We’re off to Carlton’s newest cafe and eatery designed by Biasol, inspired by Wes Anderson’s Academy Award-winning film, The Grand Budapest Hotel.

  • Scalpellino House by Biasol

    Biasol pay tribute to a Melbourne family’s legacy in the art of stonemasonry through their striking new build, the Scalpellino House. 

  • Best of est | Atriums

    We’re revisiting five of our favourite atrium examples from local and international designers, taking a traditional home layout to new heights.

  • Casa Chiaroscuro by Biasol

    Melbourne design practice Biasol welcome us inside their Casa Chiaroscuro project, inspired by the artistic technique of chiaroscuro, meaning “light-dark”.

  • Best of est | London Townhouses

    London calling: we reflect on five favourite townhouses that showcase the best of British interior style.

  • Sisterhood by Biasol

    We explore the exciting new coastal tropical Sisterhood restaurant by Biasol in Sandy Bay, adding to Hobart’s ever-evolving feast of quality eateries.

  • The Edit: Steel Framing in the Bathroom

    We’re focusing our attention on the robust bones of the bathroom – steel framing – and how they’ve come to shape these standout spaces.

  • Casa Atrio by Biasol

    We find European style close to home in Casa Atrio by Biasol, who’ve paid tribute to a Melbourne home’s Italianate heritage with classic French design.

  • Five Classic Kitchens with Lacanche

    We curate five favourite kitchens that prove a legacy of traditional practices is timelessness guaranteed in the modern era.

  • Butterfly House by Biasol

    Melbourne-based design firm Biasol bring a sophisticated approach to bring light and luxury to what was once a lacklustre East London home.

  • The Est Edit: Inspired Workspaces

    We take inspiration from designers and spaces across the world that are rethinking how where we work to get the best out of how we work.

  • Interview: Jean-Pierre Biasol of Biasol

    The founder of design studio Biasol shares his holistic approach to creating an experience in every space, brand and product.

  • No. 19 Café

    Quickly becoming one of Melbourne’s go-to studios for refined yet relaxed commercial design, Biasol put their stamp on a new Ascot Vale café.

  • PRK Residence by Biasol

    Located in Melbourne’s leafy suburb of Ivanhoe, this once traditional family home has been transformed by Biasol: Design Studio into… continue reading.

  • Kitty Burns Café by Biasol

    Nestled below Melbourne’s iconic Skipping Girl sign, Kitty Burns Café combines both the tranquillity of Yarra Bend with the quirkiness… continue reading.