An enigmatic Paris-based architecture practice has been announced as the firm to helm the design of the Guggenheim Helsinki.
Q+A: prefabricated building with Modscape
There has been a recent surge in popularity for prefab construction, yet the technique still polarises the architecture and design community, carrying the stigma of a ‘quick-fix’ production line solution. We speak with Jan Gyrn from Modscape about shifting attitudes towards modular building.
Interpreting the Melbourne School of Design
The Melbourne School of Design (MSD) at the University of Melbourne, designed by John Wardle Architects in collaboration with Boston-based architecture studio NADAAA, has been described as ‘representing the values of the university’ as ‘built pedagogy’.
Moreau Kusunoki Architectes to design Guggenheim Helsinki
Australian hospitality design in the UK at Holborn Grind
Biasol Design Studio, a small local practice, was recently shortlisted in the international Restaurant and Bar Design awards for their convivial Holborn Grind project in London.
Marina Abramović: In Residence
Undeniably the most important performance artist of the last century, Marina Abramović is in Australia leading a two-week immersive and interactive program, In Residence.
Zenith touches down in Hong Kong
Leading commercial interior group Zenith has just opened a flagship showroom in central Hong Kong, affirming their presence in the Asia Pacific region.
Restaurant and Bar Design Awards shortlist announced
The Restaurant and Bar Design Awards, now in its seventh year, has announced its 2015 shortlist. Australian practices have been well-represented in these awards in the past, and this year is no exception.
Final call for inventive Aussie students to enter international James Dyson Award
Open to students studying at a university level and recent graduates in the product design, industrial design and engineering fields, the competition asks applicants to design an object that addresses a real societal issue.
The changing face of our workplace
A global shift in how the workplace functions is being driven by an emergent workforce that demands flexibility, comfort and embedded technology.