The ever-changing evolution of traditional hotel spaces
Design Speaks – Where’s tomorrow’s office?
The design thinking behind Victoria & Burke
Rise of city-fringe commercial hubs
Q&A with artist Ryan Hoffmann
ASMR and adapting how we communicate
The power of brand
Alecia Mostert recognised with state DIA award
Five minutes with Chloé Walton
International telecommuting: an architect’s experience
Five minutes with Etoile Nasrallah
When hybrid works
Responding to supply chain issues
Nicci Green and her artisanal nature
200 Queen Street revisited
Norton Rose Fulbright revisited
Generational timelessness
Understanding ‘boomerang employees’
An exploration of design philosophy
Boutique residential design essentials
NGV Contemporary: once-in-a-generation cultural landmark
Making work meaningful
ISO certification and the afforded possibilities
Five minutes with Lauren Kay
Workplace design: what does the future hold?
Why we use concrete
The Westin revisited
Five minutes with Sam Stefanou
John Bradley’s quest for knowledge
A renewed sense of optimism
Carr holiday reading list
A summer guide from our friends
Jackalope – a sustainable benchmark
A welcome return for working parents
Marquise apartments revisited
Five minutes with Laura Casey
Q&A with photographer Dianna Snape
Architecture and Interior Design: a dual discipline perspective
Five minutes with Kyal Erdman
Watch: a sense of calm
Third Spaces – an extension of the workplace
Lessons on remote collaboration
The Carr podcast list
Merriwee revisited
Rokeby Street – a breathing space
Talking Design x Sue Carr
Watch: a natural beauty with Habitus TV
Chris McCue reflects on embracing the unknown
Calmly balanced
Developing the architectural language for 835 High Street
Design trends come and go – Sue Carr’s vision has never wavered
Q&A with Studio Ongarato
A life-long pursuit of excellence honoured
The importance of art in public spaces
Five decades in the making: Sue Carr on the evolution of Carr
The curious mind of Robert Owen
Mapping the changing workplace with Richard Healy
Law firms for the future
A new urbanism
The way forward
Whitepaper: Changing buyer demands in multi-residential
Escaping to the coast
Limber up – the new world is flexible and ready
Convenience is an understatement: The International
Richard Beel considers the power of materiality in architecture
Concrete modern
The Carr reading list
In search of lifestyle
Creating value in commercial spaces
Keeping inspiration high – even remotely
Q&A with artist Anna-Wili Highfield
Anticipating a rise in regional tourism
The importance of place: Monocle releases ‘Only in Australia’ podcast
What we’re eating and drinking in lockdown
How is the multi-residential market faring?
Nick Carr on navigating a time of constant transition
Q&A with Maryanne Moodie
On bringing value to the workplace with Molly Shelton
David Brooks on enriching architecture with landscape
The virtual experience
Sue Carr reflects on business and the value of design
Playing the long game: Stephen McGarry on design longevity
7 articles to help you navigate the new normal
Introducing a new talent: Rebecca Trenorden
Nicole Coutts on the future of the workplace
Shopping in the time of COVID-19
In Profile: Chris McCue
Design tips for remote working
Decentralising the workplace
Celebrating International Women’s Day at Carr
The design of everyday rituals
Into the mind of Christopher Boots
Robert Owen’s geometry of light, space and form
Head in the clouds
Building and nature collide
A new era for legal practices
Reframing two icons
The future of hotel hospitality
Japan in a new light
On the importance of timeless design
Digital disruption: On the need for focused working
Designing for future generations
The influence of good design
Finding balance: A hybrid approach to the workplace
A breathing space
Revived with wellness principles
A building for a new age
Catalyst for rejuvenation
A glowing box of folded glass
Inspired by urban fabric
Sanctuary for thinkers, doers and creatives
Providing comfort within a bustling hub
A lightning rod stair
Undulating Mesh
On stage, off stage
Weathering the coast
A layered Japanese aesthetic
Design classicism
The art of transformation
From day to night: Creating multi-functional hospitality
A sanctuary on a stadium
Dynamic layering
Standing strong in the landscape
Drama and elegance
Setting the scene for third spaces
History meets modernity
Hotel as home: Introducing a bespoke hotel stay
Amplifying the urban rhythm
Defining a new streetscape rhythm
Experiencing Sydney like no other
A moody palette for luxury living
Crafting a home at Walsh Street
Downsizing in style
Stacking the horizontal, wrapping the vertical
Sculptural luxury defined by the river
Shifting planes and echoed symmetry
Timeless sophistication
A statement tower
When a sculptor and an apartment tower collaborate
Collapsing the threshold between inside and out
Floating and curvaceous
Concrete contemporary
Meandering steps to the Yarra River
Redefined modern living
Parkside meets bayside
The essence of Melbourne in design
Floating concrete
Order meets oasis
Breaking with convention
Six homes for respite and joy
A play on formal classicism
A play of shadow and light
Heritage detailing meets modern generosity
A container for living
Rural narratives brought to life
Embedded among landscape
Framing a secret garden
A journey of reductionism
Design essentialism
Modulatory meets the coast
A pavilion nestled in the landscape
A place of retreat
Screening views through timber
An enduring pavilion in the trees
Crisp detailing fused with heritage charm
Monolithic retail
Activating the senses
A great glass atrium
Adding a sense of arrival
A workplace with heart and soul
Creating connection and flexibility at work
Industrial chic on an epic scale
Instilling movement through curves
Stepping behind the curtain
Incubating ideas and co-creation at its core
Activating the senses
In a class of its own
Agility, diversity and community – this is a modern workplace
Hybrid working with polished finesse
An office gets rezoned
How to bring branded subtlety into the workplace
Elevating hospitality at work
Free to move around: This is ABW at work
Redefining what a legal chamber can be
A quirky office with historic features

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Carr is an architecture and interior design studio based in Melbourne with a timeless approach that fosters connection.

Every detail is thoughtfully considered, coalescing in work that forges new ground while remaining true to our philosophy and vision.




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