The Interior Design Excellence Awards (IDEA) has now unveiled its shortlist online. The shortlist issue of (inside) magazine is on sale in newsagents and through Google Play and Zinio. Congratulations to all the shortlisted practices and designers.
Thinking, making: a Sean Godsell essay
Sean Godsell’s buildings work hard to manipulate enclosure and views, experiences of verticality and horizontality, control of temperature and air movement, light and shadow. Here is Godsell’s essay, ‘Thinking, Making’, which offers insight into a way of working and a way of making architecture.
Kennedy Nolan: a practice that makes perfect
Kennedy Nolan is an architectural practice devoted to creating beautiful, thoughtful and innovative projects for life and living. (inside) co-editor Jan Henderson looks at how experience, connectivity and innovation form the building blocks of its design.
Interior Design Excellence Awards (IDEA) shortlist 2015
Barangaroo officially opens
Last weekend saw the highly anticipated official opening of Barangaroo, Sydney’s 6 billion dollar waterfront redevelopment.
QUT to receive new education precinct
In an exciting collaboration, Wilson Architects and Henning Larsen Architects have won a tender to design a 75 million dollar education precinct for Queensland University of Technology (QUT).
Sydney Architecture Festival announces jam-packed four-day program
The festival, which runs from Friday 2 October until Monday 5 October, features a number of design and architecture inspired activities across various inner Sydney locations.
Caporn Young Fremantle office
Payne Designs’ fitout of the Caporn Young Fremantle office has created a low-cost workplace that exudes a sense of fun and complements its portside location.
East by Hecker Guthrie
East is the new place to eat delicious Chinese food and listen to cool music, but it was the fabulous interior by Hecker Guthrie that caught the eye of (inside) co-editor Jan Henderson when she visited this Melbourne eatery.
George St 2020 – reimagine Sydney’s main street
The inaugural Urban Innovations competition invites young professionals in the property and design industry to contribute their vision for the improvement of urban areas.