Bathrooms

A Los Angeles Hillside’s Self-Contained Oasis

A Los Angeles Hillside’s Self-Contained Oasis

Principles were adopted from the site’s neighbour – Stahl House – and the ground-breaking Los Angeles Case Study Houses, which were built between 1945 and 1966. The generous allocation of outdoor space here maximises the potential of the liveable climate, reconnecting...

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Yoga’s Transformative Power Entwines with a Design Consultant’s Holistic Practice and Philosophy

Yoga’s Transformative Power Entwines with a Design Consultant’s Holistic Practice and Philosophy

Australian interior architect and designer, change maven and yogi Merinda Garrett explains how our residential and work spaces can fulfil several roles in our lives. The roles of supporter, nurturer, leader, motivator – and the list goes on. Our homes, consciously and...

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A Savvy Little Splash

A Savvy Little Splash

When you incorporate a few clever designer space-saving tricks, a bit of imagination with a splash of accessories and finishes, your small bathroom space will transform into an enviable relaxation abode. Style and sophistication will reign over clutter and...

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The rise of touch free technology

The rise of touch free technology

In virtually no time at all, public perception on hygiene has changed around the world. Now more than ever before, consumers are aware of the surfaces they touch and whether these surfaces are putting their health at risk. This is particularly the case in high-contact...

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Meet Front – The Swedish Design Studio

Meet Front – The Swedish Design Studio

Anna Lindgren and Sofia Lagerkvist are two of the founders of Front, a Swedish design studio of “avant-gardistes” who are keen to experiment, discarding the conventional along the way. “Our aim is to consistently add something special to a project. Or something that...

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