Like the contemporary descendant of antiquated wooden coat stands, once a common feature of waiting rooms and foyers, Hang by Yellow Diva provides a simple, streamlined storage solution for open-plan living, perfect for the office design that aims to feel like a second home.
An interview with Nik Karalis, CEO of Woods Bagot
Nik Karalis is a man of vision and throughout his twenty-two years with Woods Bagot he has been an outstanding contributor to design and architecture on a global platform. As the new CEO of Woods Bagot with a background in interiors, he is leading his team into a new era.
University of Queensland disputes council approval for 47-storey apartment building
The University of Queensland is fighting Brisbane City Council’s approval of a 47-storey apartment building planned for construction along the Brisbane River due to the site being of heritage significance.
Adelaide Oval Redevelopment
The Adelaide Oval has throughout history served as a gathering place for major sporting events and public ceremonies, forming part of the social fabric of South Australia. Cox Architecture takes us through the cultural significance of their redevelopment for AR143 – Culture
Interview with Core Collective Architects
Core Collective Architects is crafting ecologically responsible buildings, designed for longevity, adaptation and everyday life. Peter Salhani speaks with co-founder, Ryan Strating, about the ideas behind the practice’s work for the second issue of MEZZANINE.
Complexity and the city: an interview with Kjetil Trædal Thorsen of Snøhetta
Snøhetta is a Norwegian-born multidisciplinary architecture and design studio, named after what partner and founder Kjetil Trædal Thorsen describes as the country’s most beautiful mountain. Katia Pase met Thorsen in Hong Kong at the annual Business of Design Week conference (BODW) to discuss the levels of complexity happening in cities around the world.
Hang by Yellow Diva
Herman Miller Carafe Table
With the line between work life and home life increasingly blurring, shifts in design are inevitable. In order to cater to a society that regularly works from home, Charles Wilson has designed a table for Herman Miller that keeps all your cables and paperwork hidden discreetly below the dining table for when the dinner bell rings.
RAFT: is this the future of office furniture?
At first glance, Justin Hutchinson’s new RAFT collection appears decidedly too ‘casual Friday’ for the corporate environment.
The Castlereagh by Tony Owen Partners
The Castlereagh by Tony Owen Partners is a 16-storey apartment building located in the bustling heart of Sydney’s CBD.
Bates Smart designs skinny skyscraper for Melbourne
One of the slimmest buildings in the world has been designed by Bates Smart at just 12 metres wide. Collins House tower will be 195 metres tall, and will soon begin construction on Melbourne’s Collins Street.
Austin Maynard’s box of tricks
With the ever-increasing clutter of a newborn baby to consider, the owner of the Mills house in Melbourne approached Austin Maynard Architects seeking a considered and unique solution to storage in the home.
Gia by Hecker Guthrie
Strong concepts and influences drawn from Italian 1950s design, film and architecture were incorporated in the planning and fitout to create an Italian-themed restaurant and whiskey bar located in Jakarta, Indonesia.