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Say farewell to the hustle and bustle of city life, to traffic jams, and the expensive cost of living! And say hello to your new lifestyle in Tasmania’s Tamar Valley.
When long-time Melbourne publicans Sandra and Jose De Oliveira revamped the North Melbourne Hotel in April the word “minimalist” was not in their design brief.
There was never any doubt that Yukie’s Snack Bar would be gorgeous and feminine. “We created a new character that, in a sense, is Mr. Miyagi’s mistress,” says Peter Kennon of P-E-K studios.
For almost 20 years, apartments in Sargood House have been among the most sought-after conversions in the city.
Colour flows through much of Ian Moore’s work. He enjoys using the colour yellow – it adds brightness and a ray of sunshine into the space.
After completing work on The Forever House, a project renovating and restoring a 1930s clinker brick home, the clients weren’t the only ones who were impressed with the work by WOWOWA Architecture. Their parents loved the functionality and flexibility of the updated home. And as soon as work finished on The Forever House, WOWOWA was contracted to transform another space.
While designing The Exploding! Shed house, David Weir received many sketches and scribbles from the client of how she envisioned herself living in the house. She sent him a sketch of two sheds colliding into one another.
Nestled between two big gray and brown industrial buildings, Gemma Flack’s house stands out. The red fence and mint painted exterior looks like a beacon of creative energy. Her crate furnished courtyard is littered with potted succulents, a colourful and stimulating sight from Gemma’s studio. Her desk is neatly organised, with pens and pencils ordered by colour, waiting to be used in some wild fit of imagination. This is where Gemma draws her vivid heroines and writes her zines.