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.
With work spanning areas including education, multi-residential, health care and retail, ClarkeHopkinsClarke (CHC) has proven itself versatile over its 60 years of practise. Emily Taliangis speaks with partners Dean Landy and Toby Lauchlan about some of their recent projects, and what is in store for them for the rest of 2015.
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
Superhouse: architecture and interiors beyond the everyday
Sydney Living Museums presents Superhouse: architecture and interiors beyond the everyday, curated by Karen McCartney.
Intergrain Timber Vision Awards winners revealed
Now in its third year, the Intergrain Timber Vision Awards has just recently announced its winning projects for 2015, with JCB and Clare Design among its acclaimed entrants.
Graduate architect profile: Ara Casella of AJCD
“The reality of the architectural workforce is that by the time you get to be a creative, it could be ten or fifteen years later,” says AJCD director Ara Casella, who speaks to Simon Paul about overcoming the challenges facing architecture graduates.
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.
Q&A with David Neustein and Grace Mortlock
Having just debuted a full size installation with KE-ZU at last week’s Sydney Indesign, Other Architects director David Neustein and Grace Mortlock of affiliated design organisation otherothers give an insight into their practice and collaborative works, which explore the scope and culture of conventional architecture.
Design thinking, everybody’s doing it
‘Design thinking’ is catching on as a new term and framework for addressing business challenges. In many ways it is a logical extension of the call to innovate.