Plytech's Ambience range can be used anywhere from office interiors, lounges and commercial spaces, to rumpus rooms and garages
The raw, fair-face concrete wall experienced on the approach to this home belies the openness and transparency found on the other side of the home
Multi-level sandstone home includes top-floor glazed living pavilion with expansive terrace to capture spectacular city and harbour views
This kitchen downplays its functionality, letting sculptural forms and materials draw the eye
Wood-look porcelain panels and a custom mosaic tile floor provide the backdrop to this light-filled contemporary bathroom with traditional accents
Extending the length of the existing bathroom provided space for a sculptural tub and a level walk-in shower in this beach house bathroom renovation
Modern and minimalist, this wood and black kitchen folds elegantly into its wider natural-look setting
Layout, size and scale, selection of materials and references to the past all contribute to a kitchen design that’s far from predictable
Slender benchtops, handleless joinery and folded metal planes on the island are all features of this contemporary kitchen design
Impressing with its clean lines, interesting materials and restrained detailing, this kitchen can meld into the architecture or steal the limelight as a social hub
Concealed door opens to the ensuite, where a raised blind reveals a private garden for the eyes of bathroom occupants only
Keeping your pool clean, trapping warmth and avoiding wasting chemicals and water – an automated cover from Covers 4 Pools makes all the difference
Situated on a wooded plateau overlooking a wetland and lake, this new home from Altus Architecture also features a shimmering, surreal out-building
Bailow Architects opened and expanded this craftsman-style bungalow kitchen, using reclaimed materials to create a warm, family-friendly space
Modal Design faced an interesting challenge with this Venice, California home: Blend the tastes of the two home owners
This year, dramatic is the name of the game when it comes to lighting fixtures. Here are four designs to consider from The Lighting Centre.
The owners of this home wanted a place to live that would play an active role in their everyday lives – rather than just a collection of rooms
This may be a landmark in inner-city living, with postcard views of San Francisco and an interior featuring an extensive art collection
Located on a historic orchard in Ruby Bay, Nelson, this tiny home was built to a tight set of client requirements
MODO Architecture started this project by removing an awkward addition and building an entirely new living area, connected to the existing home via tunnel
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