The quietly considered family home of two of our favourite photographers.
A supercharged veggie soup that’s sure to impress, created by food writer Harriet Davidson.
The ever changing apartment of set designer Jess Murphy and her husband Charlie.
We meet artist Nurit Ophir at her beautifully restored home tucked away in Sydney’s Inner West.
As a homage to the apartments and houses that have, perhaps, been keeping us company more than usual lately; film writer Shana Chandra takes a look at five films where the interiors transcend set design and become characters with a story all their...
Adventurous chef Sarah Glover invites us into her Tasmanian home and shares a recipe for her cheesy chilli and sea urchin pasta.
We’re moved, at home with the incredible choreographer and dancer Amrita Hepi.
We do some of our best thinking in bed, and so, in light of this, we’re starting a new monthly series on The Journal, Think IN BED, to create space to explore thought-provoking books, articles, studies and documentaries across a range of topics.
IN BED visits the thoughtfully curated apartment of Gabrielle Beswick and Andrew Beveridge of Fomu Design.
A nourishing winter salad where brassicas are the star.
Every now and then a book comes along that flaws you. You reach the end, close its cover, exhale, and then immediately want to read it again. Tin Man by British author, Sarah Winman, is one of those stories.
IN BED visits the architecturally designed home of Valerie Norman, Men’s Image Director at Kult Models.
Harriet Davidson prepares an immune boosting winter curry with an unexpected crunch!
From surreal and fantastical to dark and haunting. Film writer Joe Brennan presents a close study of the dreamscape in cinema.
We meet artist Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran at his colourful home in Sydney’s Inner West.