Articles

Inspirational articles from the pages of green magazine

For the Love

Issue 70

Handmade & Found is an Adelaide-based studio that produces handmade objects for everyday use. Bringing together a cast of “talented craftspeople”, Handmade & Found’s current product range includes works from Ebony Heidenreich, Mathieu Cottin, Damon Moon and Yuro Cuchor, among others.

Patchwork

Issue 70

David Boyle Architect took cues from the surrounding bushland and water views to create sculptural additions that connect Five Gardens House with the landscape.

Natural Progression

Issue 70

Make Architecture’s transition into the recently-launched Studio Bright ushers in a new chapter of impactful architecture.

Mindfulness

Issue 70

A family home in northern NSW is deliberately stripped back to engender connection with people and place.

Sun, Sand and Shelter

Issue 69

That most ingrained fixture of patrolled Australian beaches – the stalwart lifesaver’s tower – has been elevated into an architectural feature in its own right by MRTN Architects.

Heaven Sent

Issue 68

Designed by Casey Brown Architecture, Hart House is a simple and beautiful one-bedroom home in an enviable location.

Box of Tricks

Issue 70

Much has been written and said about Daylesford Longhouse. It’s all fascinating. But that’s not the half of it.

Materiality

Issue 70

Denison Rivulet by Taylor and Hinds Architects is a series of cabins north of Bicheno, Tasmania.

Set Sail

Issue 68

Spinnaker House embraces the coastal Queensland environment and invites occupants to take an active role in its daily function.

All Roads Lead to …

Issue 69

When designing Pentolina – an Italian restaurant in Melbourne – Biasol looked to Rome for inspiration and combined references to the city’s famous ruins and quintessential Italian pasta bars with the fabric of the existing, century-old building.

History in the Making

Issue 68

The Oxford Scholar’s Swanston Street site has a proud history: a pub has existed in this very spot since the Victorian gold rush.

Time and Place

Issue 67

Living Edge’s Perth showroom by HASSELL synthesises the brand’s passion for longevity, simplicity and sustainability across three levels and some 1000-square-metres.

Turning Point

Issue 70

ØsterGRO, Denmark's first rooftop farm sets a global example.

Over the Moon

Issue 69

A chance interaction on Instagram led to Mud Office joining a BKK Architects project and delivering a highly-considered family garden.

Changing the Scenery

Issue 69

A bountiful Brisbane garden entices architect Scott Petherick and family to fully embrace an alfresco lifestyle.

Striking a Balance

A selection of bathrooms of different shapes, sizes and styles to capture one's imagination.

A Cut Above

Issue 65

A compilation of knock-out kitchens to pique your interest and excite your imagination.

Working Smarter

Issue 64

You never work a day in your life if you enjoy it – so the saying goes. We’ve rounded up a variety of offices that turn working environments into spaces for creativity, collaboration and cohesion.

March 2020

Issue 72

Karen Sutherland’s regular permaculture tips.

January 2020

Issue 71

Karen Sutherland’s regular permaculture tips.

November 2019

Issue 70

Karen Sutherland’s regular permaculture tips.

Interest Peaked

Issue 69

The Southern Grampians offer a dynamic landscape for hiking and the iconic Royal Mail Hotel at the foot of the range is a welcoming gourmet destination.

Lasting Impression

Issue 68

Designed by Melbourne’s Hearth Studio and lovingly adorned with pieces from artists, designers and makers; Slow Beam luxury accommodation champions Hobart’s bounty.

Dive In

Issue 67

Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula offers cuisine, produce and sights that cater to any palate.