SawMill House by Archier Studio // Yackandandah, Regional Victoria | Yellowtrace

Sawmill House by Archier in Yackandandah, Regional Victoria.

The sculptor awakens at first light and enjoys the light breeze that sweeps in from the open courtyard. Through a succession of pivot doors all slightly ajar, glints of patinated brass shimmer against a timber-draped room. Nature is always...
BEYOND: The Veuve Clicquot Journey by Fabrica, Milan Design Week 2016 | #MILANTRACE2016

BEYOND — The Veuve Clicquot Journey by Fabrica.

During Milan Design Week 2016, Veuve Clicquot, chose the unconventional creativity of Fabrica to celebrate the 200th anniversary of its first design invention, which revolutionised the making of the champagne. BEYOND — The Veuve...
Milan Home of Industrial Designer Francesco Faccin | Yellowtrace

Milan Home of Industrial Designer Francesco Faccin.

The rise and rise of styling means that nowadays things are rarely what they seem. Call it artful composition or plain trickery; the reality is that most of the images we see are a little (or very) different to the real deal. Whether...
Olivetti Showroom in Venice by Carlo Scarpa. Photo by George X. Lin | Yellowtrace

Olivetti Showroom in Venice by Carlo Scarpa.

Overlooking Piazza San Marco in Venice, Italy, peaking out from the cloisters and watching the hustle and bustle of passers by, is Carlo Scarpa’s Olivetti Showroom. Typically Scarpa, typically Venetian and beautifully Italian, in...
Frida Kahlo's Casa Azul in Coyoacán, Mexico | Yellowtrace

Frida Kahlo’s Casa Azul in Coyoacán, Mexico.

What a privilege it is to write about Casa Azul, where the great artist Frida Kahlo was born and lived out her remarkable existence. It will come as little surprise to any to learn that this house was as magical in design as it is in...
Maison de Verre, Paris by Pierre Chareau + Bernard Bijvoet | Yellowtrace

Maison de Verre Paris by Pierre Chareau + Bernard Bijvoet.

Maison de Verre, translating as ‘House of Glass’ saw a pivotal shift in how architecture responded to its time. Built in 1932, it was the collective brainchild of French Interior Architect Pierre Chareau, Dutch Architect Bernard...