CJH Studio

  • Home Tour | House Caramel by CJH Studio

    There is a sense of being transported out of the city as you step inside this reworked Melbourne townhouse by CJH Studio.

  • Kitchen Covet | Oak Kitchens

    Seven oak-clad kitchens from around the globe affirm that craftsmanship and natural materials will forever go hand-in-hand.

  • Rethinking Custom Joinery with CJH Studio

    We see how a living room and robe designed by CJH Studio explore Laminex Woodgrain through highly-considered joinery.

  • Design Covet | Statement Bathroom Tapware

    We step inside four unique bathroom spaces with statement tapware, both subtle and bold, designed to steal the limelight.

  • Material Closeup | Woodgrain in the Kitchen with CJH Studio

    We get to know the driving ideas and materials behind CJH Studio’s collaboration with Laminex on a lustrous woodgrain kitchen space.

  • Exploring Curve Appeal with CJH Studio

    CJH Studio, in collaboration with Laminex, reveals a soft and sculptural take on bathroom design that doesn’t compromise on functionality.

  • House Fin by CJH Studio

    Through a two-phase design intervention, CJH Studio has realised House Fin’s potential through a gentle fusion of existing and new.

  • Residence M by CJH Studio

    Melbourne design practice CJH Studio welcome est inside Residence M, located in a quiet cul de sac in a coastal town on the Mornington Peninsula. 

  • Queensland Penthouse by CJH Studio

    CJH Studio achieve penthouse perfection with this serene apartment redesign on the Queensland coast.

  • Exploring CJH Studio’s Inspired Kitchen Style

    We’re uncovering fundamental design details in the kitchen from our issue #35 cover star penthouse project, with CJH Studio director Cassie-James Herrick.

  • Best of est 2018 | Australian Homes

    We take a look back at five Australian homes, each one inspiring us with a unique quality, overflowing personality or distinctive style.

  • Get the Look: Home Office

    Whether you work from home or have younger ones that need space to study, the home office shouldn’t come at a design compromise.

  • Melbourne Home by CJH Studio

    Designer Cassie James-Herrick revitalises a 100-year old house to create an inviting yet practical home.