Airplantman’s purpose-built frames for housing tillandsias (air plants) provide a unique, manageable solution to vertical gardening.
Peter Zumthor: Seven personal observations on presence in architecture
Pritzker Laureate and 2013 RIBA Gold Medal Award-winner, Peter Zumthor, was recently invited to speak at the School of Architecture in Tel Aviv University. In the lecture, he shared some of the inspirations behind his greatest projects, giving an insight into his poetic and intelligent mind.
An interview with Yung Ho Chang, Atelier FCJZ
TCA Think Tank’s Pier Alessio Rizzardi talks to Yung Ho Chang of Atelier FCJZ about Beijing as it was and is, the ‘New Beijing Sky’, the next generation of Chinese architects and what he thinks Western and Chinese architects can learn from each other.
Insight: Decorative details
Bold and adventurous or painstakingly intricate, weaving a story into the fabric of an interior is a technique stretching back centuries. From metallic tiles to experiments with digital printing, Annie Reid investigates a number of recent projects in which the devil is in the detail.
Airplantman’s air plant frames
Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity completed
The highly technical construction of the Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity is now complete.
New PhD in Curatorial Practice launches
Monash Art Design and Architecture (MADA) has announced a new PhD program specialising in curatorial practice, the first in Australia and among the first in the world.
A Homage to Charlotte Perriand by Cassina and Louis Vuitton
In memory of the 110th anniversary of Charlotte Perriand’s birth, a limited edition of the LC4 chaise-longue designed by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand has been released.
Royal Adelaide Hospital design competition winners revealed
The winners of the Royal Adelaide Hospital Site International Design Competition have been announced, with the top prize of $200,000 awarded to Slash Architects with Phillips/Pilkington.