Offsetting the slim geometry of a Birchgrove terrace with the vertical heft and elegance of a curving stairwell, TFAD has created a home for the ages.
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.
Fringe Furniture 2014 winners announced
The annual Fringe Furniture exhibition displays the 2014 winning entries along with an array of designer products, including homewares, furniture and lighting.
The Edge 2015 applications now open
The Edge competition presents an exciting opportunity for a select group of emerging local lighting and furniture designers to showcase their latest works.
Cloud Citizen awarded joint top honors in Shenzhen Bay Super City Competition
The competition brief required a new 170-hectare financial district, including three high-rise structures, cultural buildings, and a large green space to connect the district to the surrounding city. An article by Evan Rawn.
IDEA 2014 Gala Party early bird tickets close on Sunday
Don’t miss out on your early bird tickets to join (inside) magazine, our sponsors and a host of Australian design luminaries at the 2014 IDEA Gala Party.
Victorian architect wins Cemintel 9Dots Awards 2014
Sam Daysh’s Block House design innovates the archetypal Australian home, elegantly responding to the competition brief of reimagining housing in dense urban environments.