A comprehensive roundup of this year’s event, written by co-editor of (inside) Interior Design Review, Gillian Serisier
The Australian Design Review continues the IDEA 2014 Shortlist series with an exceptional public space by Tonkin Zulaikha Greer Architects.
Rethink ceramics at Porcelain Bear Collingwood
A new Melbourne showroom for the Australian porcelain designers demonstrates the versatility of the medium in lighting, home wares and even furniture.
IDEA retrospective series and 2014 shortlisted projects
Australian Design Review presents a retrospective interview series with leading architects and designers of past IDEA winning projects, along with an exclusive preview showcase of IDEA 2014′s stellar shortlist.
Melbourne Art Fair
Houses Awards 2014
The Houses Awards 2014 celebrates excellence in residential projects, selected by a jury of prominent Australian architecture and design professionals.
Tasmanian landscape wins Think Brick award
The Think Brick awards were established in 2005, as an initiative asking architects to innovate their use of the common brick.
New space for H + B
Architectural hardware group Halliday + Baillie set up a new showroom in a creative hub in Sydney’s Chippendale.
La Leona Beauty Salon by HFOA
An environmental approach to a urban salon’s interior signifies changing design values in modern India.
Youth culture showcased at Sydney’s Campbelltown Arts Centre
Leading artists collaborate with youth groups to give young people a voice in a dynamic art series for The List Exhibition.
Architecture and the significance of technology
Technology is giving architecture back a sense of credibility. An interview with Liquid Blu business manager David Yeates from our friends at Total Synergy.
Atelier Red + Black re-imagines the East West Link
A pro bono urban design proposal by architecture practice Atelier Red + Black revises plans for Melbourne’s East West Link
Lionel Bawden’s sculptures at Karen Woodbury Gallery
Lionel Bawden’s latest works have emerged over the last three years as a dripping and molten exploration of bending a medium.
Bloom installation at RMIT Design Hub
Experimental UK architect Alisa Andrasek brings her interactive installation to Melbourne.