Monolithically cast oval coffee table with hollow core for Manhattan rooftop, designed with Nelson Byrd Woltz Architects.
Eclectic courtyard Add depth and interest to your space by mixing textures. The walls in this split-level courtyard are built from recycled wooden planks in contrast to the galvanised steel edging that delineates the space. The reflective quality of the edging also helps to create a sense of length. Timber seating in the patio area contains handy storage.
This cool, minimalist desk features a DIY concrete desktop and a simple wooden frame for the desk legs. DIYer Manda McGrath of The Merrythought explains all the steps in this tutorial. (Cement Step One Day)
Mix and match: an Australian university combines workspace and art
The Western Sydney University (WSU) has just got a new office, gallery and meeting space in the shape of the Chancellery fit-out by Australian architects Allen Jack + Cottier. The Sydney based architecture firm was called upon to work on this project.