Manuelle Gautrand is a French architect who creates buildings and interiors that push the boundaries of style and innovation. Inside magazine chats to Gautrand about the highlights of her 25-year career, throughout which she has created countless projects that embrace people and places.
Architects in Perth are like sailors, taking their tactical cues from the skies and winds, to deliver homes that do more than merely shelter. MEZZANINE explores a selection of homes that are designed to incorporate and take complete advantage of their natural surrounds.
Plans for London’s first wooden skyscraper revealed
London’s first wooden skyscraper, designed by PLP Architecture in collaboration with Cambridge University’s Department of Architecture, could become a reality after plans for the design were recently put to Mayor Boris Johnson for consideration.
Creating homes for intergenerational living
With open-plan living on the way out and our homes becoming hubs for multifunctional inter-generations, MEZZANINE magazine explores how the facilitation of privacy and social interaction inspires the decisions architects and designers make when forming the spaces we inhabit.
Pushing boundaries with Manuelle Gautrand
Hassell, OMA and Brookfield Multiplex to design new museum for WA
A consortium of local firm Hassell, Dutch architects OMA, and Brookfield Multiplex has been chosen to design the new $428 million museum for Western Australia, the State Government has announced.
Modscape: a new life for prefab homes
Prefabricated homes have taken on a new life in recent years, now presenting a wealth of options with some added benefits for those on a strict time-frame. MEZZANINE looks at the new generation of prefab homes, complete with design flexibility and an individually-tailored approach.
Harbouring grand ideas at Docklands
From a swamp, to a dock, to a beacon for high-impact development, Docklands has admittedly come a long way in the last decade – but what is crucial is that the area should foremost be liveable and appealing to the community it accommodates.
The rise of online shopping continues to present a challenge for brick-and-mortar stores, with architects and designers evolving the retail experience in attempts to engage hands-on, real life shopping.
Glenn Murcutt AO to chair Pritzker Prize
Glenn Murcutt, the first and only Australian Pritzker Prize Laureate following his win in 2002, has been announced as the new chairman of its prestigious selection jury.
Back to the woods: living amongst the trees
With modern lifestyles commonly removed from nature, architects the world over are seeking ways to achieve life among the trees. ADR takes a look at some of the most intriguing projects attempting to bring us back to nature.