The Feehan Row project in Moonee Valley Park will see a brand new premium neighbourhood established in Melbourne’s North making use of the expansive grounds that currently exist at Moonee Valley Racing Club. Read more here.

Hunting for George: Moonee Valley Park

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The elegant form and pragmatic spatial design of NNH Residence’s kitchen earned Mim Design first place in the Contemporary Kitchen Award category of Sub-Zero + Wolf’s biennial Kitchen Design Contest. Read more here

Habitus Living: An Award-Winning Kitchen

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Wonderfully positioned opposite Elsternwick Park and boasting opulent, elegant and first-class residences, Elwood Park guarantees the highest quality. Read more here.

Apartment Developments: Elwood Park

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Despite our small population, Australia punches well above its weight on a global stage – particularly when it comes to interior design. Read more from The Design Files here

The Design Files: The Dreamiest Kitchens in the World

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This house retains its Victorian charm mixed with very Zen Japanese resources. Read more here.

Elle Decor: A Victorian House with Japanese Design References

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Victorian homes dominated the 19th century and heavily influenced the Australian housing scene. SAR Residence is a re-imagined Victorian home adapted for modern-day living whilst retaining original heritage features. Read more here.

Belle: 8 Victorian Home Facades

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Australian interior architecture practice Mim Design has beaten out over 1,800 other entries from 16 countries to win the global prize in the Sub Zero and Wolf Kitchen Design Contest. Read more here

Australian Design Review: Mim Design Wins International Kitchen Design Award

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The Sub-Zero and Wolf Kitchen Design Contest is a global contest recognising design professionals throughout the world for their innovative kitchen designs. We are thrilled to announce NNH Residence won 1st place in the Contemporary category. More than 1,800 entries from 16 countries were received in this contest, with four Australian entrants recognised for their outstanding designs. Read more here.

Sub-Zero + Wolf KDC: Winner

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