A day trip featuring iconic Australian Architecture and Indigenous Art, in the stylish new Ford Puma!
Garden and art enthusiasts, unite! The NGV Women’s Association offers a look inside some of Victoria's most intriguing private gardens, via its first ever Virtual Garden Day.
The father-and-son duo on a mission to transform discarded plastic bottles into 100% recycled sunglasses.
Introducing Jessie Fowler and Tara Ward, whose fledgling practice took out the Emerging Designer Award at the TDF + Laminex Design Awards 2020!
Yasmine Ghoniem of YSG Studio shares her award winning interior project, Budge Over Dover, and her design philosophy.
This year, our Awards program will be hosted as a livestreamed event from the TDF Design Awards website – and you’re all invited!
Join us at 7pm on November 5th to celebrate the incredible designers and makers who are shortlisted in this year’s awards program, and, of course as we reveal all the winners!
In the meantime, here's a little taste of what we've got in store. See you on November 5th!
Please register for the Awards livestream via the link below.
The powerhouse creative couple behind She Takes Pictures, He Makes Films share their warm and welcoming home in Victoria's Dandenong Ranges!
Artist Ellen Porteus and Ryan Klewer of Plant Charmer share their Collingwood warehouse home – a colourful wonderland filled with plants and art reflective of their work and style.
Looking at the images of this home alone, with its blend of design periods and geographical influences, it isn’t easy to determine its location!
What looks like it could be an elegant Santorini contemporary gallery is actually the family home of artist and interior decorator Phoebe Rolleston, George Rolleston, and their children Humphry (7), Louis (5), and William (3), located in the Melbourne suburb of Glen Iris!
Formerly a quirky ‘80s property, renovations by architect Lucy Bowen have totally transformed this home, complemented by an ever-changing display of original art.
Plenty has changed over the life of this 100-year-old property, but at the same time, not much has changed at all.
Originally built in 1923 with dairy buildings and stables at the rear, the house has been passed down over the same family for generations.
Today, the Moonee Ponds home belongs to the original owner’s grandchild, artist Martin Tighe, and his wife Jennifer Tighe. Since moving in 1991, the couple have completed three renovations and raised three children in this house, which is reflected in its intimate, layered feel.
The beautifully renovated, 1920s, St Kilda apartment of long-term friends John Wares and Peter Papadopoulos.
The award-winning Australian architecture practice collaborate with Laminex to create two clever contemporary kitchens.
Melbourne based realist painter Lucy Roleff gives us a virtual tour of her debut solo exhibition, 'Devotions'
TDF Collect presents the debut solo exhibition from Melbourne realist painter, Lucy Roleff.
Artist Daimon Downey shares his colourful apartment above a surf shop right on Bondi Beach!
Get to know the five artists in our Indigenous group art exhibition, Different Sorta Colour. Sales are open now!
Vy and Andrew Costen moved into this 1950s home in North Warrandyte over five years ago, and have never looked back!
William and Julia Dangar share their family's extended post-war home in Bondi designed by Andrew Burges Architects.