Australian Design Review congratulates Melbourne Design Studios and Hunter and Richardson, who were both awarded at the Building Design Awards for excellence in interior design.
Cultural ribbon or coastal connections?
The City of Sydney’s program of design excellence forums recently focused on cultural precinct planning. With three of the city’s iconic beaches currently undergoing renewal, what is the role of the seaside CBD in the context of Sydney’s cultural identity? Written by ADR’s contributing online editor, Sara Anne Best.
Should architects register upon graduation?
Many aspiring (and registered) architects around the world have been calling for the radical reform of the architect registration process. ADR’s contributing online editorial assistant, Wesley Perrott, looks at changes being made in architectural registration in the UK and US, in comparison with Australia.
Red rare: Huxtaburger Prahran
A hamburger has never tasted so good as when served in the surroundings of Huxtaburger Prahran, the latest project from Russell & George. The design of the premises screams hot, hot, hot – and that’s not just the jalapenos talking. This project featured in (inside) Interior Design Review Issue 81.
Two Victorian studios win at BDAV Building Design Awards
Collaborative working spaces at The Porter
Working under a tight budget and deadline of only 11 weeks, FDC was able to create a multipurpose space in which to conduct day to day business.
Green aspirations at Jakarta’s Gran Rubina
The Gran Rubina is in many ways a refreshing departure from established notions of a traditional office block. Architect Brian Sheldon speaks to ADR about his work on the project making waves in Jakarta.
MPavilion reveals diverse event program
Launching in October, MPavilion’s range of events will give visitors the opportunity to celebrate Melbourne’s burgeoning culture of design and architecture.
Urban Heritage/New Architecture – Where to now?
The first event in the Urban Built Heritage International Conference seeks to address imminent changes to Melbourne’s built environment, exploring the relationship between old and new architecture in an evolving city.
Longbeach Apartments, Sydney
A new apartment development by Tony Owen Partners balances the requirements of Sydney’s cosmopolitan style with a laid back beachside lifestyle.
Lights by Emily Green: Jewellery for the home
Melbourne based artist and jewellery designer Emily Green is now at work designing a different kind of pendant, setting her sights on lighting design in a recent collaboration with Dale Hardiman.