Interiors
TWE Sheets on the Line, Paddington
Design

Sheets on the Line opens Paddington shop

There’s nothing quite like slipping your tired body between freshly laundered, soft sheets come the end of a busy weekend. Hospital corners tucked just so, the top folded down over the doona, creating a multi-layered, colourful cloud of a bed. Local bed linen designers Steven and Debra Clifford-Ames harnessed the important role sheets play in delivering a good night’s sleep and channelled it into organic brand Sheets on the Line. more

Architecture
TWE Houses Awards 2014
Design

Houses Awards winners announced for 2014

The 2014 Houses Awards were held at Sydney’s Doltone House Hyde Park last week, with nine winners and 21 commendations awarded across the eight categories. The top honour of Australian House of the Year was awarded to the Invisible House by Peter Stutchbury Architecture, which sees a residential dwelling exhibiting beautiful connection to its panoramic landscape in the Central Tablelands of New South Wales. Brisbane-based studio Owen and Vokes and Peters was the sole Queensland firm amongst the winners, receiving two commendations. The Panorama Drive property in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland received a commendation in the House Alteration and Addition under 200 sqm, which saw strategic interventions to an existing timber house. The studio’s West End Tower also received a commendation for House Alteration and Addition over 200 sqm. A full list of the awards results can be found… more

Architecture
TWE POMO Tree House Studio
Design

POMO tree house studio wins sustainability award

The Sunshine Coast studio of creative agency POMO has been named the Sustainable Building of the Year – Commercial Building at the Queensland Building Design Awards. Designed by creative director Stephen Burton and Simon Scott of SSB Design Studio, the tree house bush studio engaged locally sourced materials and labour to shape the sustainable workspace. more

Property
TWE Newstead Central
Design

Metro to deliver Newstead Central development

The city’s sprawling skyline is set to rise as developers release plans for the empty pockets of land in Newstead and begin to ramp up construction. Once an industrial purlieu skirting the city, underdeveloped Newstead is fast becoming the next sought-after suburb for living in Brisbane. more

Product
TWE TreeHorn Design
Design

TreeHorn Design launches raw pendant lights

The creation of Tasmanian-born, Melbourne-based Joe Chester, TreeHorn Design produces handcrafted wooden homewares and accessories. Working from a studio in Richmond, Joe places focus on using only reclaimed, recycled or sustainably grown timbers, and often makes extra items from the trimmings from the workshop floor. more

Product
TWE DESIGNerd
Design

DESIGNerd 100+ card game goes digital

Inviting some of the world’s most influential designers to share their own vast knowledge of their industries, DESIGNerd captures the questions and answers the creative elite believe that amateurs, enthusiasts and dabblers should know. more


Property
TWE Triple-tower, Fortitude Valley
Design

Triple-tower development confirmed for Fortitude Valley

Bringing renewal to the quiet southern arrival point of Fortitude Valley, a new triple-tower development is set for 186 Wickham Street. Located near the iconic shopfront of Monty’s Pawnbrokers opposite the lower end of the Chinatown Mall, the lot has sat vacant for the past 20 years. more

Product
TWE Arro Home
Design

Beci Orphin launches new label Arro Home

Melbourne designer and colourful crafty lady Beci Orphin has been slowly revealing hints to a project she’s been working away at for about a year now. Finally her latest marvel has been revealed – in collaboration with entrepreneur Adam Rogers, Beci has launched new homewares label Arro Home. more

Architecture
TWE The Swarm co-working
Design

The Swarm co-working studio launches in West End

A space to create, converse and mull over ideas with others, a shared co-working studio gives individual entrepreneurs the community support of an office environment, while maintaining the space to knuckle down solo. The ever-increasing field of start-ups has opened a need for more joint workspaces to share with likeminded creatives. more

Product
TWE Harvest Clay
Design

Discover the raw ceramics of Harvest Clay

When we invest in a special piece of pottery – one that’s made lovingly by hand, each bump and grain a beautiful mark that makes that vessel unique – sometimes the piece almost seems too special to use in the day to day. But by using the cup for your morning coffee or the bowl for your porridge, the acts of sipping and spooning from the vessel seem to slow time, the treasured object enhancing the everyday motions. more