Killing Matt Woods was inspired by the mid century modernism and the gardens and architecture of Palm Springs when designing The Rooftop bar at the Quarryman’s Hotel in Pyrmont, NSW, Australia. “The Rooftop” aims to attract the diverse crowds which populate the many creative offices & aims to attract the diverse crowds which populate the many creative offices & studio spaces within the Pyrmont peninsula, & hopes to give this City fringe suburbs occupants a genuine alternative environment from which to dance the night away. The circles that repeat throughout the space and the reclaimed multi-coloured timber floor make this eye-catching and really special.
Photography: Dave Wheeler
When all these uncertain times are over I’ll never complain about being dragged into work on a weekend again although no one would have to drag me here. More like drag me out. London Offices by Daytrip.
Glamour with an edge – a favourite combo of mine as seen in this Beverly Hills home designed by Roxy Sowlaty. She’s a fan of anything gold, lucite or sparkly. Bring on the bling!
This isn’t your typical Southampton hideaway. It’s an 1892 Tudor that has been fully renovated, but with many of the original features maintained, like the wood beamed ceilings and the leaded glass windows. What I love about this home is that designer Samuel Amoia added an edginess through artwork and random bits of bold colour.
The perfect weekend getaway, linen, cane and soft hues in this renovated Queenslander style house in the Northern NSW hinterland. The modern Australian country vibe is just what I’m craving in these uncertain times. Bangalow house by Lennon Head based Louise Walsh Interior Design.
Photography by Maree Homer