Thirsty for a refreshing dose of design inspiration for 2023?


To spark your creativity, we compiled seven unique project installations that all share the common goal of creating better environments to live, work and relax in.

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Join us as we appreciate the authenticity of those installations, highlighting designers' originality in crafting interiors that stand out in a world full of conformity.

From residential and hospitality to education, and public projects, enjoy inspiration to turn design dreams into reality whilst discovering vast possibilities with KE-ZU products.


1 - “Always” - by Kennedy Nolan


Perched above the beach on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula, this refined house is named ‘Always’, a reference to the statement “Always was, always will be, Aboriginal land.”

Shortlisted in the 2022 Victorian Architecture Awards in the interior architecture category, Kennedy Nolan’s project provides an unmediated experience of the spectacular coastal landscape but also a calm and peace-filled refuge.

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2 - Wolly Bay Hotel - by Luchetti Krelle


Woolloomooloo Hotel is a unique hotel made for discovery.

Since the doors swung open in 1873, the hotel has always been a firm neighbourhood favourite with its welcoming charm and harbourside views of the iconic Woolloomooloo Bay.

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3 - IDP Education- by Siren Design


Pops of IDP Education’s signature blue and orange stand out around their new office, along with green spaces that complement the building’s Greenstar rating. Rooms solely for staff well-being abound, including relaxation rooms and a gratitude area.

The innovative and creative interiors are what landed IDP Education and Siren Design the 2021 DrivenxDesign Melbourne Design Gold Award for Interior Design in the education category.

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4 - W-Hotel Melbourne - by Hachem


In the heart of an eclectic dining and edgy fashion district, W Melbourne brings the community's iconic laneway culture and emerging music scene to life.

Drawing on the city's diverse and contrasting character, W Melbourne's design inspiration is translated into vignettes of Melbourne's streetscapes, letting guests uncover the dynamic city's past from behind the scenes.

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5 - UTS Central


UTS Central is the winner of the council’s Interior Design Award for 2021 and received an Award of Excellence in the category of Best Tall Building under 100 metres.

The Interior Design Award recognises tall building projects that have integrated extraordinary spaces within, which enhance the experience of those using the space and take the solutions and possibilities for interior space design to the “next level”.

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6 - Qantas Lounge - by Woods Bagot


Created by Qantas lounge stalwarts Woods Bagot, the form takes loose inspiration from the linearity of Melbourne’s grid-like streets and iconic laneways, with a range of colours including subtle touches of turquoise and aquamarine from the scenic Great Ocean Road.

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7 - Newcastle Federal Courts


The Federal Courts of Australia (FCA) underwent a refurbishment and extension to its premises located in Bolton Street, Newcastle, New South Wales. The interior space was designed with consideration of the visitor’s situation.

The path from entry is a journey; soft wave-like sculptural screens provide separation for waiting, as well as an artistic distraction. A similar approach was taken with the courtrooms, with a thoughtful selection of finishes and curvature details evoking a soft, calming impression.

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