all images courtesy of groupwork part of ‘The Other Hemisphere‘ exhibition this year, the project team includes Melbourne architect Murray Barker, artist Esther Stewart and Groupwork director and interior architect Sarah Trotter. the result is collection of objects that are exceptionally easy to install, to use and to modify. beyond the aesthetic achievement (which is absolutely stunning in its minimal expression), some thoughtful sustainable aspect are worth to mention: ” materials all have been reclaimed for this prototype, with brass salvaged from yards, […]
all images courtesy of whiting architects | photography by sharyn cairns we heart vintage modern! a lovely residence located in suburb melbourne australia in a walking distance to albert park and the beach, whiting architects transformed a 19 century edwardian-style old building into a modern & cozy family house that is not only beautiful but functional. special thanks to carole whiting, creative director of whiting architects, who kindly shared the images with michitecture!
[all photography by armelle habib | styling Heather Nette King | for ELLE Decoration UK] i’ve been spotting armelle’s work few times, and if you remember this post my dream coffee shop, armelle is the eyes behind these beautiful photos. recently while browsing her portfolio, i saw this incredible home for simone and rhys haag in melbourne’s eastern suburb of ringwood … how did this project get missed from michitecture? we don’t know. all we know is good work need […]
[prahran market store: DJL architect | interior styling&design detail by Claire Larritt-Evans | photography armelle habib] admit that, at one point we all have dreamed about owning our own coffee shop someday. well, “we” included myself. today i spotted this interior from market land coffee — white, exposed brick (in white), simple/minimal pendant lights, concrete floor,wood tables, tolix chairs — alllll in one space? to die for, right!?