Tag Archives: ARCHITECTURE

  • Pick a room at The Collectionist Hotel

    Pick a room at The Collectionist Hotel

    Recent trends in the hotel industry have seen hoteliers take a more design-led approach, creating vibrant destinations and one-of-a-kind experiences. At The Collectionist Hotel in Camperdown, Sydney, that uniqueness extends to each of the hotel rooms and lobby, which have been individually designed by local studios and artists. Inspi...
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  • New at the ‘ZU - TUUCI shade umbrellas arrive at KE-ZU

    New at the ‘ZU - TUUCI shade umbrellas arrive at KE-ZU

    Ocean Master Max Dual Cantilever We have welcomed a new brand to our umbrella of contemporary design, and this time it’s, well, umbrellas. Outdoor shade umbrellas to be more precise. TUUCI is leading the way in sophisticated, high-quality shade umbrellas and poolside parasols for residential, commercial and hospitality spaces. Hailin...
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  • LZF - Lighting Up The World

    LZF - Lighting Up The World

    LZF, one of our favourite lighting brands, has been part of a host of projects around Europe and America recently that show off the diversity and adaptability of its sculptural and ambient collection. Here, we shine the spotlight on just a few of the best. Galleria Morena, Poland Designer: Design Plus Products:Mini Mikado S by Miguel ...
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  • We raise our glasses to Melissa Collison’s Saké restaurants in Flinders Lane and Double Bay

    We raise our glasses to Melissa Collison’s Saké restaurants in Flinders Lane and Double Bay

    Andreu World Smile chairs and stools in Sake Double Bay, Sydney Melissa Collison is one of our favourite designers and we’re delighted to have seen Saké Flinders Lane shortlisted for a 2016 Eat Drink Design Award. The Melbourne venue is the third Saké restaurant Melissa has applied her designer touch to, along with The Rocks and Do...
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  • KE-ZU Hearts: Café Mollien by Mathieu Lehanneur

    KE-ZU Hearts: Café Mollien by Mathieu Lehanneur

    The stakes are high when you’re designing a café that has one of the world’s most famous buildings as its setting, and one of the world’s most beautiful cities as its backdrop. But French designer Mathieu Lehanneur has proved how it’s done at Café Mollien in The Louvre in Paris with an interior scheme to complement its locat...
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  • KE-ZU Hearts - Luchetti Krelle

    KE-ZU Hearts - Luchetti Krelle

    If you like wining and dining you’ll undoubtedly know the visionary work of Luchetti Krelle, a Sydney-based architecture and interior design practice leaving an indelible mark on the Australian design scene. From casino restaurants to basement bars, diners to patisseries, food courts to airports, and heritage hotels to beach cafes, ...
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  • Connecting the dots Vol 1 - The Possibilities and Potential of Hotel Design - Discussion review.

    Connecting the dots Vol 1 - The Possibilities and Potential of Hotel Design - Discussion review.

    Gone are the days hotels are merely a place to stay, removed from the culture and  energy of the community outside. Today they are designed as vibrant and connected destinations in themselves; places to experience for their own well-deserved merits. On July 14 KE-ZU hosted “Connecting the Dots Vol. 1” presented by Nicky Lobo, Edi...
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  • Connecting the Dots Vol. 1- The event in pictures.

    Connecting the Dots Vol. 1- The event in pictures.

    We would love to thank all those who joined us as we hosted “Connecting the Dots Vol. 1” presented by Nicky Lobo, Editor of Habitus, in conversation with Matthew Sheargold, Senior Associate at HASSELL. The conversation centred around current and future trends in hospitality design as Matthew explored how hoteliers, architects...
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  • Andreu World for theMART

    Andreu World for theMART

    In 2007 Andreu World opened its Chicago showroom in the Merchandise Mart (theMart) where NeoCon is held on annual basis. Nine years later the Spanish design company not only had a triumphant exhibit at this year’s trade show, scooping a number of awards for its innovative seating and tables, but it has contributed to furnishing the ...
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  • FFF | Alejandro Aravena of Chile receives the 2016 Pritzker Architecture Prize

    FFF | Alejandro Aravena of Chile receives the 2016 Pritzker Architecture Prize

    Alejandro Aravena. Photo by Cristobal Palma. He practices architecture as an artful endeavor in private commissions and in designs for the public realm and epitomizes the revival of a more socially engaged architect. Furniture Free Friday returns in 2016 with Alejandro Aravena of Chile taking out the 2016  Pritzker Architecture Prize...
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