Design excellence was represented across varying scales and categories, with this year’s winning and commended projects including a place of worship and a public library, as well as student housing and luxurious hotels.
Thinking, making: a Sean Godsell essay
Sean Godsell’s buildings work hard to manipulate enclosure and views, experiences of verticality and horizontality, control of temperature and air movement, light and shadow. Here is Godsell’s essay, ‘Thinking, Making’, which offers insight into a way of working and a way of making architecture.
Kennedy Nolan: a practice that makes perfect
Kennedy Nolan is an architectural practice devoted to creating beautiful, thoughtful and innovative projects for life and living. (inside) co-editor Jan Henderson looks at how experience, connectivity and innovation form the building blocks of its design.
International Architecture Awards celebrate diverse talent overseas
Prostoria: unique appeal and innovative functionality
Available through Stylecraft, Prostoria, the award-winning design and manufacturing company, brings a certain Mediterranean aesthetic into Australian spaces.
Q&A with ClarkeHopkinsClarke
With work spanning areas including education, multi-residential, health care and retail, ClarkeHopkinsClarke (CHC) has proven itself versatile over its 60 years of practise. Emily Taliangis speaks with partners Dean Landy and Toby Lauchlan about some of their recent projects, and what is in store for them for the rest of 2015.
Shortlisted for the World Architecture Festival 2015, Architects Corner’s Ramp House introduces sculptural form to a 45-acre property in rural Victoria.
Interior Design Excellence Awards (IDEA) shortlist 2015
The Interior Design Excellence Awards (IDEA) has now unveiled its shortlist online. The shortlist issue of (inside) magazine is on sale in newsagents and through Google Play and Zinio. Congratulations to all the shortlisted practices and designers.
Barangaroo officially opens
Last weekend saw the highly anticipated official opening of Barangaroo, Sydney’s 6 billion dollar waterfront redevelopment.
QUT to receive new education precinct
In an exciting collaboration, Wilson Architects and Henning Larsen Architects have won a tender to design a 75 million dollar education precinct for Queensland University of Technology (QUT).