Wowowa’s Presto House is a vivid and respectful addition to a 1930s art deco home made from 'clinker' bricks.
A new exhibition at the NGA brings together more than 140 works from the artist's life and unique practice.
House Gezellig by Studio Prineas reflects their clients’ love for modernist design principles and collection of fine art.
CLO Studios styled the interior of this new Noosa home (dubbed Sky Garden) with earthy tones and pieces by local artists.
Brave New Eco revitalises an existing Brunswick home for multiple generations with a new extension, natural material palette and clever use
The Autumn House by Studio Bright unites a Victorian terrace with its 1980s renovation by architect Mick Jörgensen, in one contemporary des...
Cameron Kimber’s pocket-sized patch contains a folly and a sweet guest cottage mirroring his stately home in the Southern Highlands.
An old family home in Glen Iris is transformed into a sleek modern haven by Luke Fry.
Kirsty Budge’s deep and brooding paintings take up space (literally and figuratively) in the artist’s light-filled home studio in Abbots...
One half of award-winning practice Fowler + Ward, on the underestimated brilliance of inner-city living.
The self-taught painter brings drama to his opulent still-life paintings. See inside his Fitzroy studio!
Bligh Graham delivers a prototype for responsible dense, green architecture in new builds.
Our interiors columnist overhauls a bedroom with tailor-made bedlinen from Abode. Designed to order and made in Camberwell!
Kayla and Piers Mossuto of Precious Plastics Melbourne are making treasures from recycled plastic... and empowering others to do the same!
Replete with a rambling garden and fruit orchards, this idyllic country homestead on a 5-acre plot is for sale!
As a visitor on Western Arrernte Country, artist Zak Tilley’s vivid, electric landscapes represent a conflicted connection with landscape....
From painters and weavers to textile artists and multidisciplinary creatives, these are the local artists to start collecting now.
Painters Bec Smith and Charlotte Swiden join forces for an exhibition exploring colour, form and narrative - opening tomorrow at No Vacancy