The Dutch architect, lecturer, photographer, man of many ideas, Alex de Rijke of dRMM Architects chats to us about his recent work and where he sees the future of design.
The trend to live close to the city and its amenities, often in much smaller homes, has put the focus on re-thinking the available space. And that means some really clever ideas and detailed design skills.
A great kitchen draws everyone to it – the cook, the kids, friends and family. It’s a tricky brief to pull off but we reckon these ones have what it takes to succeed.
Our annual bathroom spread sees sustainability front and centre of each design, enhancing material choice, aesthetics and performance in ways that are highly creative and individual. Soak it up!
Whatever your aesthetic and textural preferences, there’s a sustainable flooring option to suit.
The art of carpentry is being used in a myriad of ways these days. Here’s our pick of the year’s most inspiring examples.
A nook at home or industrial open plan, in the city or the bush – the modern office is a place of inspiration and flexibility.
Prefab housing makes sense in a number of important ways – it’s relatively quick to build, has defined costs and makes efficient use of materials. These days it’s also raising the bar on the design front, as our annual selection shows.
Whether designed as a relaxing retreat or for high-use practicality, bathrooms challenge the skill and creativity of any architect. We think these ones have succeeded brilliantly.