Posts Tagged ‘australia’

Pampered Petz pet store by Rptecture Architects, Sydney – Australia

December 1st, 2016

Elements that are reminiscent of a traditional family home were introduced into the space making it easy for customers to picture the pets and pet products within their own homes.

Saturdays Nyc store by Akin Creative, Melbourne – Australia

November 25th, 2016



The interior setting, once again created by local practice Akin Creative, is modern and follows clean lines inspired by 1950s modernism. Captured by a simple palette of timber and concrete, and paired with custom-made light fixtures and curated photographic artworks, it’s a welcoming open space that fuses the dynamics of retail with those a meeting place for likeminded spirits.

Glenn Murcutt exhibition, Melbourne – Australia

November 24th, 2016



Windows in the wing that houses the show feature a geometric pattern that reveals the most prominent aspect of Murcutt’s design: a roof highlighted by a cluster of golden triangular prisms intended to imitate lanterns. Lined with multicoloured glass, the prisms admit gems of light into the mosque, which change with the movement of the sun.

The Charlim restaurant by Span Design, Sydney – Australia

November 22nd, 2016


The neon magenta stencilled blade signs located at the shopfront immediately attracts the attention of the customer, this is also carried inside the ceiling of the restaurant creating a funky atmosphere.

Luminous landmark by Nicole Larkin, Sydney’s Bondi Beach – Australia

November 17th, 2016



Made from birch plywood, stainless steel, and concrete, the installation generates ever-changing perspectives depending on the time of day, weather and climatic conditions. Sited on the edge of a rocky cliff and overlooking the sea and nearby city, “dynamics in impermanence” is also an exploration into how photography can break down the authentic artistic experience.

Viktor & Rolf Fashion Artists exhibition, Melbourne – Australia

November 14th, 2016

Each room of the exhibition mirrors Viktor & Rolf’s constantly evolving, contrary identity. A juxtaposition between sleek white rooms, with elegant paper decorative elements and spaces drenched in black and harsh spotlights has been created to portray contrasting personas.

BUN ME Vietnamese Street Food Restaurant by StudioMKZ, Sydney – Australia

November 12th, 2016

The aim was to create a space where patrons can enjoy Modern Vietnamese Cuisine within a rustic modern environment.

DIN TAI FUNG Dumpling Restaurant by StudioMKZ, Sydney – Australia

November 11th, 2016

Dark stained plywood weave covers the entire restaurant facade- replicating the ever so famous bamboo steamers of Din Tai Fung. Simple, yet giving the power of architectural form, the facade holds a strong presence within the precinct.

Passiontree Velvet cafe / dessert bar by StudioMKZ, Sydney – Australia

November 10th, 2016

Diffused halo lighting around the aqua green geometric art deco style motifs was created to provide a heavenly-like ambience to the space. In stark contrast, polished brass seating accentuated the outer boundary.

MUMBAI EXPRESS Indian Restaurant by StudioMKZ, Sidney – Australia

November 6th, 2016

Silhouettes of light and the layering of the timber portals provide a space of tranquility and mystery. Authentic Spice display was also added to the space to pamper the 3 senses of the human body.

Guylian chocolate store by F&HA, Sydney – Australia

November 3rd, 2016

Simple, elegant palette of materials detailed in a recessive manner to allow the chocolates and products to act as the decoration. The eye should focus on the products with the architecture acting as a supporting element.

Skin Lounge by Vie Studio, Sydney – Australia

October 24th, 2016

The design of the Skin Lounge reflects the company’s ethos by drawing inspiration from the minimal and clean lines of simple forms, creating a crisp and comfortable interior for the brand.

Salini head office fitout by Jason Levin, Sydney – Australia

October 21st, 2016

Open plan workstations with Management desks set up surrounding the open plan office. All cabling was requested to be non visible. The boardrooms were custom made to match the rooms shape. Café breakout and reception areas were to compliment the office with modern European designs.

Foot & Body Haven by Span Design, Bondi Junction – Australia

October 16th, 2016

The concept development comes from the correlation of Haven and Zen where the four seasons; Spring, Summer, Autumn & Winter and the 5 senses; Sight, Hearing, Taste, Smell & Touch all come together to design a space that creates the mood of Zen and relaxation but that’s also close to nature.

UniSuper offices by PTID, Sydney – Australia

October 14th, 2016

The new UniSuper space is a bold departure from the remainder of their property portfolio. Management and employees were actively involved in the creation of the work environment and this commitment to their team shows in the final design.

Springfield Butchers store by Xtra Shiny, Adelaide – Australia

October 5th, 2016

Featuring quarry face sandstone, reclaimed spotted gum, vintage Polish industrial lighting and black leather — the aesthetic is a tip of the hat to the agricultural heart of the industry.

The Co-op Offices by Sheldon Commercial Interiors, Surry Hills – Australia

October 4th, 2016

Sheldon designed an open and collaborative space that pays homage to the heritage elements of the building, particularly the beams, columns and services.

Amicus Interiors offices, Brisbane – Australia

September 27th, 2016

It is a space that inspires creativity and innovation, fosters collaboration and socialisation. It facilitates open and honest exchanges of information so that goals (both work and personal) can be achieved.

Cotton On Offices & Distribution Center by PTID, Geelong – Australia

September 21st, 2016

One of the largest employers in Geelong, the development of these head office facilities have enabled Cotton On to continue their proactive employment programmes, attracting and retaining staff by offering an exciting work environment, enabling a highly designed experience to enhance the operational, functional and environmentally sustainable needs of the Group.

Jac+ Jack store relocation by George Livissianis, Melbourne – Australia

September 19th, 2016

The new premises are also bigger, and co-owners Jacqueline Hunt and Lisa Dempsey seized the opportunity to work with architect and longtime collaborator George Livissianis to raise the bar and come up with a subtly tweaked interior design that even better reflects Jac+ Jack’s brand values than its previous boutiques.