Esoteriko, Bunker In The Treetops
A mid-century flavoured decorative approach directly draws from the unique natural vista to inform shapes, scale, texture, and colour in this Double Bay home.
Customised and handcrafted, the home features an almost artisanal approach to ‘soften’ its concrete structure, and provide comfortable settings with a strong emphasis on materiality. Esoteriko says the project blurs the boundary between design and decoration.
YSG Studio, Dream Weaver
Winners of 2020 TDF + Laminex Design Awards Interior Design award YSG have again been recognised in 2021 with two new projects.
The first is Dream Weaver, – a Rushcutters Bay penthouse renovation that feels revelatory and futuristic, with an upbeat dose of Pedro Almodóvar’s cinematic eccentricity. Project inspirations include surrealism, contemporary Spanish tapas bars and their liberal use of tiling, plus rich colour gradations evoking a material take on the northern lights.
Esoteriko, Bunker In The Treetops. Photo – Dave Wheleler
YSG Studio, Dream Weaver. Photo – Prue Ruscoe
Edition Office, Melburnian Apartment. Photo – Dave Kulesza
Architects EAT, Carpenter’s Square House. Photo – Derek Swalwell
Adam Kane Architects, Barwon Heads House. Photo – Timothy Kaye
Hugh-Jones Mackintosh, The Weave House. Photo – Prue Ruscoe
Maria Danos Architecture, Henry Street Townhouse. Photo – Derek Swalwell
Fox Johnston, SRG House. Photo – Anson Smart
Lauren Egan Design, Victoria St. Photo – Amelia Stanwix.
Studio Esteta, Mornington Peninsula House. Photo – Sharyn Cairns.
Rosanna Ceravolo Design, South Yarra Apartment. Photo – Sean Fennessy
YSG Studio, Soft Serve. Photo – Prue Roscoe