Stylecast Magazine

exterior design and decorating
02
Feb
This Perth, Western Australia project creates a critique of it’s developing suburban context, whilst highlighting the typological narrative of the respective background of the clients, and the response to the specifics of the site itself.
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interior design style
31
Jan
When we think of the capital city of Queensland, Australia you might imagine a tropical beach side getaway, but the most traditional standing piece of design are the Queenslanders - a traditional style of wooden stilted house complete with a veranda. In Hamilton, Brisbane is where this tall home is constructed against the landscape by duo Tato...
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exterior design and decorating
24
Jan
After 4 years of renovating the 1936 queen anne mount hawthorn federation house with scraping, layering, peeling and piecing together this home, Iredale Pedersen Hook Architects & Caroline Di Costa Architects have created something evocative of rich spatial experience that’s both familiar yet not. Located in Perth Australia, both architects preserve and reinterpret the past, layering history that...
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exterior design and decorating
10
Jan
The Tower House is an award winning home receiving accolades in 2015 for its impressive extension and renovation aspects – and it’s still now in 2018 a home to admire. The original weatherboard house has been restored to accomodate a growing family in Alphington, Victoria. Along the parklands of the Yarra Valley, the house is...
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exterior design
20
Dec
Perched on an 85 kilometre island of land, this architectural, multi-disciplinary, creation by Paul Wakelam is perfectly misunderstood, the name even suggests so, known as the “Toodyay Shack.” The shack stands and reflects an intriguing personality of vast influences, similar to Wakelam’s career as sculptor, graphic and landscape designer, and admirer of Japanese architecture. Inside is anything...
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interior decorating
12
Dec
What was once reminiscent of a tea factory in the 1920s has since been removed, to reinvigorate a new breath of life into this now private residence. Perched up on level six, this 300-square-metre space has become much more, it’s now a true place of comfort. You might recognise the building from the images, the iconic...
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interior decorating
06
Oct
Sponsored by Warwick Fabrics, the 19th Annual Australian House & Garden’s Top 50 Rooms award winners for 2017 have been announced. With over 150 submissions of rooms around the country, the shortlisted designs were judged by leading design experts including Australian House & Garden editor-in-chief Lisa Green, Kate Nixon (editor), Dana Tomic-Hughes (designer of Yellowtrace),...
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decor and design
29
Sep
Delve into celebrating interiors and architecture, with the release of Belle Beautiful Australian Homes Volume II. After the success of the first edition, Belle unveils the country’s most envy-inducing residence. Explore the 40 breathtaking abodes, from timeless to contemporary to the truly cutting edge. We’ve got your exclusive look into some of the homes, from...
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interior stylist
15
Sep
Sometimes they’re vertical, most of the time symmetrical: lines, stripes, zig-zags, squiggles, and even crossed patch work is making a resurgence in design. First possibly introduced to the runway by Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel, inspired by sailors attire built for practicality, she introduced a nautical collection in 1917 – stocked in her boutique at a wealthy holiday retreat of Deauville in...
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