Things like cabinets, kitchen apparatus and storage areas are traditionally placed on top and around the bench, but the new range assimilates these objects and structures into newly assigned spaces or ‘islands’.
The films explore ideas about making architecture that extends beyond the traditional practice approaches and challenges the relationships between architecture and the cultural, economic, social and political realms.
Sydney Living Museum features Iconic Australian Houses
The exhibition is part of a 12-month program, which aims to celebrate the architectural heritage of Sydney through design and architecture exhibitions, tours, talks, workshops and other public events.
The inaugural Australian International Furniture Exhibition
Created along the lines of top international furniture expos, the event will feature individual or group exhibit spaces showcasing locally made furniture and furnishings including flooring, wall and decorative elements.
Milan: Caesarstone ‘Islands’ at Fuori Salone
Milan: Pedrali exhibit at Salone del Mobile
The stand, which appears like a set of artistically arranged ‘flying boxes’, features popular collections with new and reintroduced designs by many renowned international designers.
Milan: Carl Turner’s ‘Tulip Bar’ at Handmade exhibition
The current project, a joint venture between British architect, Carl Turner, and sculptor and maker, Adam Kershaw, involved the use of dark thermal-processed American tulipwood to build the bar.
Milan Furniture Fair: A glimpse into the Cappellini Salone
The Cappellini Salone at the 2014 Milan Design Week presents striking products designed by some of the most famous names from the furniture industry.
Milan Design Week: Jaime Hayon‘s FRAMES collection for Expormim
The collection is inspired by Mediterranean designs from the sixties, when furniture was created to complete the attractive terraces of the Mediterranean, and its tourist explosion.
Sou Fujimoto’s ‘Floating Forest’ display in Milan
The structure, designed for the official stand of Cassina at the Salone del Mobile, is a striking example of a primitive future where architecture is shaped by nature.
Architectural Review Asia Pacific in 2014 (and beyond)
Ever wondered what AR is all about? Ever wanted to contribute? Now’s your chance. Editor, Michael Holt, outlines what’s in store going forward.
Milan Design Week: New designs from Matteograssi
Matteograssi has revived some of its traditional designs using modern technologies and tastes to create new collections suitable for both home and corporate settings.
New exhibition in town: Backside Front
William Wright Artists’ Projects in East Sydney, continues to impress with considered exhibitions of note including the new Stephen Little exhibition, Backside Front.
Sydney Royal Easter Show
Leather tooling, or more specifically saddlers and harness makers are exhibiting a range of skills at this year’s annual Sydney Royal Easter Show.