I can’t remember who said it or quoted it, but I was once told that the one thing that really makes Australians unique is our accent.
After 36 years, Circus Oz has set down permanent roots in a purpose-built facility on the site of the former Collingwood Technical School.
Until June 22, visitors to the State Library of Victoria’s Murdoch gallery will be able to enjoy Rome: Piranesi’s Vision, the most extensive exhibition of works by eighteenth-century printmaking genius…
A unique concept in integrating indoor and outdoor living, Elmington has been strategically designed to capitalise on its enviable position adjoining Fritsch Holzer in Hawthorn.
A new group exhibition at fortyfivedownstairs unveils the creative practices of 14 of Melbourne’s leading female designers.
It’s a measure of both the design and architecture industries’ commitment to the environment that high quality sustainability-focused work is being produced in Australia.
Putting one’s house in order.
Temporary projects are surprising urban centres around Melbourne by international design practice HASSELL.
Stuart Harrison’s latest book presents thirty of the best residences from across Australia and New Zealand that celebrate the ideals of the suburban condition.
Abbotsford is set to become a prime destination for lovers of fine furniture and décor.
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