Sydney articles

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How to develop interiors for a brand with strong materiality? Create a space with the same

Mosman, Australia – In a suburb of Sydney, Landini Associates designed a retail space as refined as the jewellery on offer from young brand Sarah & Sebastian.

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A Snøhetta-designed granite-clad Aēsop store in Sydney is the brand’s largest yet

Sydney – The Australian retailer’s eighth store by the Norwegian firm strikes a balance between Bondi Beach and the city’s central business district.

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Inspired by The Nanny, this Sydney restaurant does 90s nostalgia – sans gimmicks

Sydney – For the interiors of C.C. Babcoq, Australian studio Tom Mark Henry brought a character from the American sitcom to life without creating an overly-niche space.

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A new mosque in Australia shows Islamic architecture going beautifully brutalist

Sydney – The Australian mosque, designed by Candalepas Associates, uses angles and curves in concrete to choreograph light.

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Want to keep kids away from digital devices? Bring them to this Aussie playground

Sydney – Frost*collective and Pal Design Group cleverly used the neutral palette of the Scandinavian style for the Nubo playground in Sydney.

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Being inside this new ramen restaurant is like picnicking under cherry blossom trees

Sydney – Australian studio Span Design used colour and video mapping projection to create a dining experience like that during Japan’s annual Hanami festival.

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Sibling Architecture advocates a more inclusive approach to spatial design

SYDNEY – Amelia Borg, Nicholas Braun, Jane Caught, Timothy Moore and Qianyi Lim’s participatory projects initiate conversations intended to facilitate spatial design.

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Innovating the showroom concept with inspiration from Hollywood set design

SYDNEY – Bathtubs become set pieces in the innovative Artedomus showroom which won the Frame Awards people’s vote in its retail category.

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A playground for the digital natives of our time, courtesy of TeamLab

SYDNEY – The whimsical exhibition Future Park in MAAS ignites creativity and changes our perception of and interaction with the spaces we inhabit.

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Five Days of Frame 118: Noma here and there

Tulum, Mexico / Sydney, Australia – Despite its Scandinavian roots, Noma proves time and place trump all with pop-ups on two contrasting continents.

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Mark A-to-Z: O is for Office

Whether you work a 9-to-5 or are sporting a freelancer lifestyle, the space we inhabit most of the hours of the week to sustain our livelihood should be designed to motivate.

The EY Centre by FJMT Studio. Photos Brett Boardman (unless otherwise stated)
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A kinetic timber tower by FJMT responds to the elements

SYDNEY – Rising up from the sandstone bedrock of the east coast of Australia, the EY Centre stands out from the greyness of its surroundings.