Potter Ben Pyne explores the boundaries between the built environment and the natural world.
A clean, angular line of brass and a matte rimu top are all it took to create this simple, yet elegant Goldie side table.
Building that remote cabin in the bush without a helicopter budget seems to have gotten a tad easier.
This fern-filled Melbourne home was designed in 1967 by architect Robin Boyd.
Kniep is an Oslo-based art and design studio formed by designers Jørgen Platou Willumsen and Stian Korntved Ruud.
The sun paid a visit to the inside of Design Miami in December, but it was all dazzle without the heat.
Fast-rising restaurateur Mimi Gilmour opens the doors to her home and shares some of her most cherished objects.
Through a clever mix of materiality and context, interior designer Rufus Knight is amassing an impressive list of work.
Kathleen Kinney talks with three award-winning landscape designers about New Zealand gardens and asks them what makes a great outdoor space.
A modernist masterpiece in Beverly Hills, California responds to its natural environment with flair and sculpture.
The refurbishment of an 18th-century apartment in the French capital results in an eclectic and radiant space.
The sometimes-conflicting relationship between the built and natural environment inspired the design of this coastal home.
A small apartment layered over three disjointed levels plays with geometry and strategic bursts of light.
This Singapore house takes its cues from its location – the architecture mitigates the pervasive humidity.
Incredible street food and never-ending shopping are two of Kuala Lumpur’s most famous virtues, but dig a little deeper and you can also find an edgy side to Malaysia’s capital city.
Meet Justin Lim, an artist who believes the role of art is to raise more questions than it answers.
Mr. Bigglesworthy has just released a new collection titled New Futures.