Comprising a bar and dining experience within the Moama Bowling Club, Junction captures the heritage and character of the local Moama Echuca riverside region. Abeo Design delivers a sophisticated yet relaxed dining experience where rustic charm meets contemporary comfort.
Future towers: MVRDV in Pune, India
As a provocateur and visionary practice, Dutch architectural practice MVRDV has been steadfast in the research-driven investigations of the emergent possibilities for local and global densification. Ian Nazareth explores Future Towers, the first project in India by MVRDV.
Peter Stutchbury awarded RIBA International Fellowship
Fresh from the announcement that Zaha Hadid has become the first female to win the RIBA Gold Medal, acclaimed Australian architect Peter Stutchbury has been awarded a 2016 RIBA International Fellowship by the Royal Institute of British Architects.
Beijing Design Week: designing China
Beijing Design Week (BJDW) launches this week with an expanded program and new locations dotted across the Hutongs of the sprawling capital. Genevieve Zoe Murray gives ADR the lowdown on the most intriguing creative installations and collaborations on the ground at the bustling design hub.
A marriage between past and present with Russell & George
ADR looks at stage one of Russell & George’s transformation of an existing 1950s suburban house into one half of a grander vision, dubbed the Bride and Groom. Stage one is the bride, a decadent layered and luxurious series of reception and sleeping rooms.
Tiny houses: how living small can mean living big
Following an American trend, the tiny house movement is a social push towards downsized living. Hundreds of Australians – families included – are joining the movement, and their reasons are varied: environmental, financial, ease of construction.
When architecture meets sculpture
“Generally architecture really is thought of and created in the round as a three-dimensional object. In that sense it is always sculptural, whether it’s as wobbly as jelly or as straight as a die,” says Sydney-based architect Neil Durbach. So why do architects continue to be sceptical of the term ‘sculptural’ when used in relation to buildings?
The iconic press
More than 80 years after friends Bill O’Brien and Henry Norville joined names and forces to start Breville Radio, and now more than 50 years since Breville created the iconic sandwich press, arnoldlane has created an office befitting this icon of Australian design and manufacturing.