A constant favourite with film directors and production teams, Herman Miller pieces can be found in many popular film and TV franchises, from James Bond to Mad Men series.
Culture at Risk: National Architecture Conference 2015
This year’s National Architecture Conference brought forth a diversity of ideology and opinion, emphatically expressed at the Culture panel discussion chaired by Andrew Mackenzie with panellists Deborah Saunt, Ian McDougall and Cynthia Davidson.
The raw apartment: Singapore style
Co-editor Jan Henderson discovers all that is stylish is encapsulated in this two-bedroom apartment located in Singapore. The design has been executed with finesse and, through the use of fine materials and accomplished craftsmen, the project has been resolved to perfection.
Mid-century modern at the Sydney International Film Festival
Workspace design: Q+A with Keti Malkoski
As Schiavello’s principal of people and culture consulting, Malkoski has gained an insight into the art of improving office functionality, reshaping work environments to promote comfort and productivity.
The folly of Fisherman’s Bend
With no mandatory height limits or minimum dwelling sizes, the rezoning of the country’s largest urban renewal site has been called “scandalous” by planning experts.
Opera House turns green for carbon-neutral Vivid LIVE
Vivid Sydney is taking over Sydney Harbour with a festival of light, music and ideas, running now until 8 June.
NAWIC announces first round of speakers
The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) has recently announced the first round of speakers for their Building a Better Future themed National Conference to be held 8 – 9 October 2015.
Elevated heritage at 50 Martin Place
The elaborate heritage building is now home to an exemplary commercial workspace, recently restored and redeveloped by architects Johnson Pilton Walker (JPW) as Macquarie Group’s new global headquarters.
Beulah International Office
With the intent to create a professional and inspiring workplace, Adelene Teh transformed a bare 1960’s Collins Street office into an aesthetically beautiful, New York loft inspired space.