Stories on Design: Top Shelf, Curated by Yellowtrace.

Stories On Design // Top Shelf.

Today's story focuses on shelving that's more than just the name itself suggests. Top Shelf is an ode to joinery elements that play an integral part within interior architecture. Top Shelf acts both as a sculptural and a functional...
Perfectly Perforated, Curated by Yellowtrace

Stories On Design // Perfectly Perforated.

Perfectly Perforated (try saying that as fast as you can five times in a row) is a celebration of the love affair architects & interior designers seem to have with the 'hole'. Get your mind out of the gutter - you know that I mean,...
Churches and Chapels, Curated by Yellowtrace

Stories On Design // Take Me To Church.

Regardless of whether or not you love churches, it is difficult to deny the extraordinary power of these sacred elemental spaces. In today's world full of noise, the church represents a little break, and a sweet moment of peace. To...
Stories On Design, 2015 Archive | Yellowtrace

Stories On Design | 2015 Archive.

Today we conclude our roundups of 2015 archives with a personal favourite and something I am most proud of - ‘Stories on Design', our most widely read and shared content, and the most engaging for our readers and our social...
Stories on Design: Empty and Abandoned Buildings, Curated by Yellowtrace

Stories On Design // Empty & Abandoned Buildings.

I've always had a profound fascination with empty buildings and abandoned spaces. It's difficult to look at these sorts of images without a whole bunch of mixed feelings rising to the surface - a sense of wonder, confusion, awe,...
Fashion vs Modern Architecture Curated by Yellowtrace

Fashion vs Interiors: Modern Architecture Edition.

I recently realised I totally dropped the ball on an old love of mine known as Fashion vs Interiors. The old-school readers will know what I'm talking about, and the new comers might like a little refresher to get in the groove…...
Thin black lines trend Curated by Yellowtrace

Stories On Design // Thin Black Lines, Revisited.

As it's been nearly 5 years since I first wrote about my love for thin black lines, I thought it would be fun to revisit this topic after all this time. It's so easy to forget that something as simple as a line can be so powerful and...
Why Are Architects Sick For Green-Green? | Yellowtrace

Stories On Design // Why Are Architects So Sick For Green?

I've been noticing a peculiar phenomenon in architecture both here and overseas which has me scratching my head juuuust a little. There happens to be one colour (other than "concrete") that sits at the top of architect's list. Green....